Baker & Hostetler Lawyers Seek to Quash Subpoena For Filmmakers' Central Park Five Outtakes

, New York Law Journal


Decrying a "sweeping subpoena for nearly all of the video and audio recordings" gathered during the making of a documentary about the notorious rape case, attorneys for directors Ken Burns, his daughter Sarah Burns and her husband David McMahon insisted the material is shielded by both state law and the federal reporter's privilege.

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