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Performance-Enhancing Drugs (PEDs)
Written by US Court of Appeals Ruling   
Tuesday, 26 December 2006 16:00

United States v. Comprehensive Drug Testing (PDF)


UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE NINTH CIRCUIT RULING ON 2003 SURVEY TESTING RESULTS SEIZED AS PART OF THE BALCO INVESTIGATION

Dec. 27, 2006
Format - PDF (120 pages)

These three consolidated cases arise from the federal investigation of the Bay Area Lab Cooperative (“Balco”) and its alleged distribution of illegal steroids to professional baseball athletes. The investigation began in August 2002 and, over the following several years, produced evidence—including grand jury  testimony—establishing probable cause to believe that at least ten major league baseball players received illegal steroids from Balco. Today we decide the government’s appeals from the separate adverse orders of three different district courts: (1) an order by Judge Florence-Marie Cooper in the Central District of California, requiring the government to return property seized from Comprehensive Drug Testing, Inc. in Long Beach, Californi  (“CDT”),1 (2) an order by Judge James Mahan in the District of Nevada, requiring the government to return property seized from Quest Diagnostics, Inc. in Las Vegas, Nevada (“Quest”),2 and (3) an order by Judge Susan Illston in the Northern District of California, quashing the government’s May 6, 2004, subpoenas to CDT and Quest that related to the grand jury sitting in San Francisco, California.

 
 
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