San Francisco judges to hear wiretap arguments

Tuesday, 14 August 2007, 1:12 AM EST

As the debate over the Bush administration's domestic spying program heats up again in Washington, Justice Department lawyers will return to a Northern California courtroom Wednesday in an attempt to slam the door on legal challenges to the controversial espionage effort.

Their argument: The program is so sensitive that debating it in court would expose state secrets and threaten national security.

At MercuryNews.

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