Schedule of Witness Appearances in ACLU v. Reno Trial

March 20, 1996 12:00 am

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ACLU et al. v. RENO
(No. 96-963)


(No. 96-1458)

(In Scheduled Order of Appearance)

Thursday, March 21

Scott O. Bradner, senior technical consultant, Information Technology Services, Harvard University (ALA)

Ann W. Duvall, president, SurfWatch Inc. (ALA)

Patricia Nell Warren, author and publisher, WildCat Press (ACLU)

Friday, March 22

Donna Hoffman, associate professor of management, Owen Graduate School of Management, Vanderbilt University (ACLU)

William Stayton, psychologist and Baptist minister (ACLU)

Robert B. Cronenberger, director, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh Professor (ALA)

Kiyoshi Kuromiya, director, Critical Path AIDS Project (ACLU)

Monday, April 1

Howard Rheingold, author and cyberspace expert (ACLU)

Barry Steinhardt, Associate Director, ACLU (ACLU)

Stephen Donaldson, Stop Prisoner Rape (ACLU)

Andrew Anker, president and CEO, HotWired (ALA)

Bill Burrington, assistant general counsel and dir. of public policy, America Online (ALA)

April 13 and 25

Government Witnesses to be announced

April 26

Plaintiff Witnesses on rebuttal

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