Schulte's team is trying to declassify 74 recordings the government produced during discovery.
I'll update any newsworthy developments after the proceedings.
1/ Schulte's defense team want to go to his CIA workstation. Attorney Sabrina Shroff noted she never tried a case without visiting the "quote-unquote 'scene of the crime.'"
Prosecution opposes. Location, they say, is classified, as is work done there.
Plus, AUSA Laroche argued, Schulte's 2016 workstation no longer exists as such.
2) Except for a Jan. 13 trial date set, no immediate rulings on any pending issues, including the recordings mentioned in the top tweet.
3) Lots of wrangling over secrecy... (cont'd)
"They want an open trial in an Article III court," Shroff said.
4) Another pending issue is: How many trials will Schulte have?
The defense attorneys say the last set of charges pose a conflict because they can be considered witnesses; they want those counts severed.
Defense attorney Edward Zas acknowledged that would be "unusual."
"That's putting it mildly," a skeptical Judge Crotty replied.
Roundup ahead for @CourthouseNews.
Schulte's attorney Sabrina Shroff arguing to visit the CIA work station where prosecutors allege her client spilled the WikiLeaks "Vault 7" files.