Victim Rights Group Seeks High Court Review of Sealing

, New York Law Journal

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The National Organization for Victim Assistance argues, in a brief supporting the certiorari petition of the attorney who identified Felix Sater as the "John Doe" who had been convicted in 1998 of racketeering, that the requirements of the Mandatory Crime Victim Restitution Act and the Crime Victim's Rights Act should not be subverted by sealing a file.

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