This is Part V of our interview series on the Makings of a Police State. You can listen to previous segments here.
Jon Eisenberg joins us to discuss al-Haramain v. Bush/Obama, the only case against the government’s illegal wiretapping that was permitted to proceed, and his experience in dealing with Orwellian government secrecy and abuses during his representation of this case. Mr. Eisenberg talks about the Obama administration and how it has embraced the power grab and abusive litigation tactics of the previous administration, and the rise of the police state in the United States.
Jon Eisenberg is an attorney with three decades of experience in appellate litigation. He has argued 11 cases in the California Supreme Court, and dozens in the California Courts of Appeal and Ninth Circuit. He is also a California State Bar Certified Appellate Specialist. In 2011 he received California Lawyer magazine’s “Attorney of the Year” (CLAY) award and was also named one of the Recorder’s “Attorneys of the Year” for his work on the Al-Haramain case. Mr. Eisenberg received his J.D. from Hastings College of the Law, where he was Associate Editor of the Hastings Law Journal and graduated Order of the Coif. His Bachelor of Arts is from the University of California at Irvine.
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