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THE CLASSIFIED INFORMATION PROCEDURES ACT IN THE AGE OF TERRORISM: REMODELING CIPA IN AN OFFENSE-SPECIFIC MANNER
DUKE LAW JOURNAL
The Classified Information Procedures Act (CIPA) sets the balancing point between the government's interest in preventing disclosure of classified information with a criminal defendant's right to exculpatory material. Although CIPA was originally drafted with espionage cases in mind, the statute has become more commonly associated with terrorism prosecutions. This contextual shift has disrupted CIPA's interest-balancing formulation by altering the governmental interests at stake. CIPA'sfatcat:prlrfl3jjja4lkw7kpt5mpyqza