Articles

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Title Abstract Author Volume Issue Date Publishedsort ascending Geography Subject Areas
House Considers International Narcotics Control Report On March 3, 1988, the Task Force on International Narcotics Control of the House Foreign Affairs Committee held its first hearing to review the worldwide narcotics situation.  Reinahrd Hasenpflug and Rudolph Siebel 4 3 1988-03-01 United States Drug Enforcement
House Narcotics Certification Hearings: Mexico, Si; Panama, No On March 10, 1988, the Task Force on International Narcotics Control of the House Foreign Affairs Committee called on two senior State Department officials to discuss their findings on Central... David L. Glauber 4 3 1988-03-01 Mexico Drugs & Trafficking
U.S. and Italy Expand Cooperation The U.S. Department of Justice and the Italian Ministry of Interior have announced that the U.S. and Italian Governments have expanded their cooperative law enforcement programs to include a study of... Bruce Zagaris 4 3 1988-03-01 Italy Adjective Enforcement
Visit of Congressional Committee Sets Back Swiss-U.S. Cooperation In a new and surprising development in Swiss-U.S. criminal cooperation, the effort to harmonize bilateral judicial-assistance cooperation has experienced an unexpected setback. Peter Schibli, Basel (Switzerland) 4 3 1988-03-01 Switzerland Adjective Enforcement
Senate Foreign Relations Committee To Hold MLAT Hearings As this issue goes to press, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee is planning hearings on the proposed Mutual Legal Assistance Agreements with the Cayman Islands, and Mexico and on an extradition... Bruce Zagaris 4 3 1988-03-01 United States Adjective Enforcement
Immigrtion User Fee Initiated The Immigration and Naturalization Service has promulgated a final rule to implement Section 205 of the Department of Justice Appropriation Act, 1987, establishing an immigration user fee.  Bruce Zagaris 4 3 1988-03-01 United States Immigration
Turkey Signs Conventions on Prevention of Torture Turkey has signed two international conventions on the use of torture and other cruel, inhuman or humiliating treatment and punishment. Bruce Zagaris 4 3 1988-03-01 Turkey Torture
Reagan Administration's budget Request for Law Enforcement Increases The Reagan Administration's Fiscal 1989 Budget increases budget authority request for the Department of Justice by 14 percent over FY 1988 appropriations to $6.155 billion. Bruce Zagaris 4 3 1988-03-01 United States Law Enforcement
Department of Defense Electronically Facilitates Export Control Compliance In view of recurring complaints from exporting industries, members of Congress and other interested parties about the difficulties imposed on U.S. exporters by the implementation of the Export... Clemens J.M. Kochinke 4 3 1988-03-01 United States Trade Enforcement
Treasury Withdraws Proposed Amendment Requiring Reporting and Recordkeeping of Certain Cash Transactions Under $10,000 The Federal Register of February 29 carried notice by the U.S. Department of Treasury of the withdrawal of its Notice of Proposed Rulemaking which would have amended 31 Code of Federal Regulations (... Bruce Zagaris 4 3 1988-03-01 United States Bank Secrecy
U.S. District Court Denies Fawaz Younis' Motion to Dismiss Charges Based on Illegal Arrest The United States District Court for the District of Columbia has denied Fawaz Younis' motion to dismiss because of alleged illegal arrest. Deborah M. Levy 4 3 1988-03-01 United States Court Conviction
CGM Group Releases Additional Dirty Money Videos CGM Group has released two additional viedos: "Dirty Money: A Teller Compliance and the Bank Secrecy Act," which consists of a videotape and Instructor's Guide, and "Dirty Money: Exempting... Bruce Zagaris 4 3 1988-03-01 United States Bank Secrecy
German Restrictions on Foreign Lawyers Violate EC Directive The European Court of Justice ruled on February 25, 1988 that the Federal Republic of Germany failed to fulfill its obligations under the 1977 European Communities Directive to provide free movement... Clemens J.M. Kochinke 4 3 1988-03-01 Germany Legal Ethics
CGM Group Releases Additional Dirty Money Videos CGM Group has released two additional viedos: "Dirty Money: A Teller Compliance and the Bank Secrecy Act," which consists of a videotape and Instructor's Guide, and "Dirty Money: Exempting... Bruce Zagaris 4 3 1988-03-01 United States Bank Secrecy
Book Review: Dancing on a Volcano: The Latin American Drug Trade by Scott B. MacDonald The book, which is still at this point in draft form, seeks to bridge part of the gap in scholarly research on the Latin American drug trade. Bruce Zagaris 4 3 1988-03-01 Latin America and South America Drugs & Trafficking
Treasury Revises Rules on Reports of Crimes by Banks In the March 11, 1986 issue of the Federal Register, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), U.S. Department of Treasury, has promulgated an interim rule concerning reports by a national... Bruce Zagaris 4 3 1988-03-01 United States Bank Secrecy
Treasury Revises Rules on Reports of Crimes by Banks In the March 11, 1986 issue of the Federal Register, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), U.S. Department of Treasury, has promulgated an interim rule concerning reports by a national... Bruce Zagaris 4 3 1988-03-01 United States Bank Secrecy
Editorial Note-Narcotics Certification: The Controversy Ensues Even before the release of the international narcotics strategy report, scrutiny and comments gained promince in the media, showing that in a national political year the subject of U.S. international... Bruce Zagaris 4 3 1988-03-01 United States Drugs & Trafficking
Editorial Note-Narcotics Certification: The Controversy Ensues Even before the release of the international narcotics strategy report, scrutiny and comments gained promince in the media, showing that in a national political year the subject of U.S. international... Bruce Zagaris 4 3 1988-03-01 United States Drugs & Trafficking