SENATE RESOLUTION 286--TO AUTHORIZE LEGAL REPRESENTATION IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA V. PARVIS KARIM-PANAHI
(Senate - January 21, 2004)

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  SENATE RESOLUTION 286--TO AUTHORIZE LEGAL REPRESENTATION IN UNITED 
                STATES OF AMERICA V. PARVIS KARIM-PANAHI

  Mr. FRIST (for himself and Mr. Daschle) submitted the following 
resolution; which was considered and agreed to:

                              S. Res. 286

       Whereas, in the case of United states of America v. Parviz 
     Karim-Panahi, Crim. No. M-8374-03, pending in the Superior 
     Court of the District of Columbia, the defendant has 
     attempted to serve subpoenas for testimony and documents upon 
     Senators Daniel K. Akaka, Wayne Allard, Evan Bayh, Joseph R. 
     Biden, Robert C. Byrd, Hillary Rodham Clinton, Susan M. 
     Collins, Mark Dayton, Elizabeth Dole, John Ensign, Lindsey O. 
     Graham, James M. Inhofe, Edward M. Kennedy, Carl Levin, 
     Richard G. Lugar, John McCain, Bill Nelson, E. Benjamin 
     Nelson, Mark Pryor, Jack Reed, Pat Roberts, Jeff Sessions, 
     James M. Talent, and John W. Warner, and on Senate employees 
     Judith A. Ansley, Staff Director of the Committee on Armed 
     Services, Scott W. Stucky, General Counsel to the Committee 
     on Armed Services, June M. Borawski, Printing and Document 
     Clerk of the Committee on Armed Services, Paul F. Clayman, 
     Chief Counsel of the Committee on Foreign Relations, and 
     Susan Oursler, Chief Clerk of the Committee on Foreign 
     Relations; and,
       Whereas, pursuant to sections 703(a) and 704(a)(2) of the 
     Ethics in Government Act of 1978, 2 U.S.C. 
     Sec. Sec. 288b(a)(2), the Senate may direct its counsel to 
     represent Members, officers, and employees of the Senate with 
     respect to any subpoena, order, or request for testimony or 
     documents relating to their official responsibilities: Now, 
     therefore, be it
       Resolved, That the Senate Legal Counsel is authorized to 
     represent the above-listed Senators and Senate employees who 
     are the subject of subpoenas and any other Member, officer, 
     or employee who may be subpoenaed in this case.

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