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Allan Favish is a Los Angeles-based attorney whose focus is on General Insurance Defense and Litigation Insurance Coverage/Reinsurance & Bad Faith Litigation.  A UCLA graduate, he received his J.D. at Hastings College of Law in 1981.

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Declaration of Darrell M. Joseph

2426A; 2426B; 2427A; 2427B; 2428A; 2428B.)[3] Disclosure of the withheld information would reveal what evidence was presented to the grand jury.

(B) Title 5 U.S.C § 552(b)(7)(C) Records or Information Compiled for Law Enforcement Purposes which Could Reasonably be Expected to Constitute an Unwarranted Invasion of Personal Privacy.

14.       Title 5 U.S.C. § 552(b)(7)(C) exempts from release records or information compiled for law enforcement purposes, disclosure of which reasonably could be expected to constitute an unwarranted invasion of personal privacy.

15.       In asserting this exemption, the withheld information was evaluated to determine the nature and strength of the privacy interest of any individual whose name and/or identifying data appears in the photographs at issue. In withholding the information, the individual's privacy interest was balanced against the public's interest in disclosure. In each instance where information was withheld, it was determined that the individual did have a privacy interest and that the individual's 



[3]        It should be noted that the information being withheld from the backs of these identified photographs pursuant to Exemption (b)(3) was not affixed to the photographs at the time of the Senate hearings. To the extent that the plaintiff has requested the photographs as they existed in the Senate hearings Volume II, the information was not in existence at that time and therefore the information being withheld is outside the scope of the plaintiff's FOIA request.

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