2014: Jerry Koch's Motion to Vacate was granted by the New York federal district court, which issued this opinion and order, releasing Koch after serving 8 months in jail on charges of civil contempt for refusing to cooperate with a federal grand jury. Accompanying Koch's motion was his declaration and index of enclosures.
2013: Matthew Duran's Motion for Termination of Confinement was granted, resulting in his release after serving 5 months in jail on charges of civil contempt for refusing to cooperate with a Seattle federal grand jury investigating anarchists. Duran also filed a Declaration regarding his stance on non-cooperation, which accompanied the motion.
2006: Nadia Winstead's reply to the government's opposition to seek evidence of unlawful electronic surveillance for use in a San Francisco federal grand jury
2006: Ninth Circuit Court ruling in which the government is compelled to turn over any evidence of electronic surveillance of Nadia Winstead
2007: Josh Wolf's Motion for Release from Non-Coercive Confinement was denied, but he was eventually released after serving nearly 8 months in jail on charges of civil contempt for refusing to testify or provide video footage to a San Francisco federal grand jury. Wolf maintained his refusal to testify, but in lieu of confinement he agreed to publish his footage online.
2006: Josh Wolf's Motion to Quash the grand jury subpoena
2006: Josh Wolf's reply to the government's opposition to the Motion to Quash