3 edition of Witness protection program found in the catalog.
Witness protection program
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Administrative Practice and Procedure.
|LC Classifications||KF26 .J833 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 382 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||382|
|LC Control Number||79600542|
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Inside the Federal Witness Protection Program When the government was losing the war on organized crime in the early s, Gerald Shur, a young attorney in the Justice Department’s Organized Crime and Racketeering Section, urged the department to entice mobsters into breaking their code of silence with promises of protection and relocation/5(71).
A funny and poignant debut middle-grade novel about a foster-care girl who is placed with a family in the witness protection program, and finds that hiding in plain sight is complicated and dangerous. Nicki Demere is an orphan and a pickpocket. She also happens to be the U.S.
Marshals’ best bet to /5. This book gives an outstanding history on how Witness Protection was created, the struggles for approval, what they did while the program was fully implemented, and how it's used today. I really enjoyed reading about the stories on how people's live were affected by the Witness Protection Program and how big criminals were and can be taken down Cited by: 8.
GREETINGS FROM WITNESS PROTECTION. By Jake Burt Louisiana Young Readers’ Choice Nominee Grade Submitted by Hannah Lanoux School of Library and Information Science, LSU, Baton Rouge ABOUT THE BOOK Nicki is a spunky thirteen-year-old girl that is continuously rotating through the foster care Size: KB.
The United States Federal Witness Protection Program, also known as the Witness Security Program or WITSEC, is a witness protection program codified through 18 U.S.
Code § and administered by the United States Department of Justice and operated by the United States Marshals Service that is designed to protect threatened witnesses before, during, and after a trial.
Witsec: Inside the Federal Witness Protection Program is a rare insider's account of the Witness Protection Program, and the book begins with this story of Gerald Shur’s unsuccessful attempt to charge Sonny Franzese with extortion.
Shur would go on to found the Witness Protection Program, also known as WITSEC for “witness security,” and. Membership in the witness protection program is typically for life, and usually begins with a visit from U.S.
marshals, whether anticipated or not. While many of the witnesses and their family members have time to make the decision and prepare for their new lives, others are forced to.
The Federal Witness Security Program is intended for crucial witnesses, like Tolomeo, whose prospective testimony puts them in immediate danger. Since its inception inmore than 7, witnesses and more than 9, witness family members have entered the program and have been protected, relocated and given new identities by the U.S Author: Kevin Bonsor.