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JW v DOJ Blagojevich order 01888 5283

JW v DOJ Blagojevich order 01888 5283

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USCA Case #17-5283
#1737305
06/22/2018
UnitedDocument
States
Court ofFiled:
Appeals
FOR THE DISTRICT COLUMBIA CIRCUIT
____________
No. 17-5283
September Term, 2017
1:16-cv-01888-RMC
Filed On: June 22, 2018
Judicial Watch, Inc.,
Appellant
United States Department Justice,
Appellee
BEFORE:
Kavanaugh and Wilkins, Circuit Judges; Sentelle, Senior Circuit
Judge
ORDER
Upon consideration the motion vacate the judgment and for remand and the
response support thereof,
ORDERED that the motion granted. The law enforcement proceeding that
served the basis for the assertion Freedom Information Act Exemption 7(A) this case longer pending. The court therefore vacates the district court
October 20, 2017 order granting appellee motion for summary judgment and denying
appellant cross-motion for summary judgment based Exemption 7(A). See
Citizens for Responsibility Ethics Wash. U.S. Dep Justice, 746 F.3d 1082,
1097 (D.C. Cir. 2014) (noting that for Exemption 7(A) apply, enforcement
proceeding must pending the time the court decision and that reliance
Exemption 7(A) may become outdated when the proceeding issue comes
close
FURTHER ORDERED that the case remanded the district court for further
proceedings.
Pursuant D.C. Circuit Rule 36, this disposition will not published. The Clerk directed issue the mandate forthwith the district court.
Per Curiam
FOR THE COURT:
Mark Langer, Clerk
BY:
/s/
Robert Cavello
Deputy Clerk