Subpoenas

Judge Wettick orders Chief Harper to respond to G-20 documents subpoena

June 18th, 2010

“WHEREAS, on December 1, 2009, the Citizen Police Review Board (“CPRB”) issued a subpoena to Respondent, Pittsburgh Police Chief Nathan E. Harper, for various reports and documents related to the September 2009 meeting in Pittsburgh of the Group of 20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors (“G-20″). WHEREAS, on January 21, 2010, the CPRB filed a Motion to Enforce Compliance with the Subpoena. WHEREAS, a hearing on the Motion was held on March 8, 2010, after which the Court entered an Order that Respondent comply with the subpoena, provided that specific documents may be withheld if identified in a Privilege Log.”

Judge R. Stanton Wettick Jr., orders City to comply with CPRB G-20 documents request

March 18th, 2010

“On this 18th day of March, 2010, it is hereby ORDERED that the Motion to Enforce Compliance With Subpoena issued to Nathan E. Harper, Chief of the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police, is granted and the documents described in this Subpoena shall be produced within twenty (20) days. Specific documents may be withheld if identified in a Privilege Log.”

G-20 Petition to Enforce Compliance with Documents Subpoena

January 16th, 2010

“This Motion seeks an Order of Court enforcing a subpoena issued to Nathan E. Harper, Chief of the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police, for the production of documents related to policies, procedures, planning, training, supervision and deployment affecting police/civilian encounters related to the September 24-25, 2009, summit in Pittsburgh of the Group of 20 (“G-20″) Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors.”

Settlement Agreement for City Compliance with Subpoenas

August 12th, 2004

“And now, this 12 day of August, 2004, upon this case being remanded from the matter filed in Commonwealth Court at No. 255 CD 2004, it is ADJUDGED, ORDERED and DECREED that the parties have agreed to amicably resolve this litigation through adoption of the within Settlement Agreement.”

Contempt Sanctions Imposed on City of Pittsburgh for Failure to Respond to Subpoenas

January 16th, 2004

“The City of Pittsburgh is found to be in criminal contempt of court and is hereby fined $500 for its failure to comply; and the City of Pittsburgh is found in civil contempt and shall be assessed penalties of $100, per day, for each day henceforth that it fails to comply with said subpoenas.”