The first season was produced by the ABC Studios in association with The Mark Gordon Company and Random Acts Productions. Safran, Gordon, Robert Sertner, Nicholas Pepper and Jake Coburn served as the executive producers. The show was designed to have a flashback narrative, shifting between two timelines.
The later episodes were filmed in Montreal, Quebec, using settings within downtown Montreal and Sherbrooke, Quebec to stand in for New York City and Quantico. Scenes of the Quantico Academy were shot at the campus of the Université de Sherbrooke, which stood in for the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia, where the show is based. The series was shot both in studio at Mel’s Cité du Cinéma and on location. Colleen Sharp, Nicholas Erasmus, Terilyn A. Shropshire and Lori Ball were the editors for multiple episodes. The Director of Photography was Anthony Wolberg, who has provided cinematography for the maximum episodes. Other cinematographers include Anastas N. Michos and Todd McMullen.
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The legislation provides that the President submit an annual report to the U.S. Congress to identify “the foreign persons that the President determines are appropriate for sanctions,” and to detail “the President’s intent to impose sanctions upon these significant foreign narcotics traffickers pursuant to this chapter.” The Act allows the President of the United States and United States Secretary of the Treasury to publicly identify “significant foreign narcotics traffickers” and to freeze their assets. The Act also prohibits any “United States person” from conducting business with any designated foreign narcotics traffickers, and provides for both civil penalties and criminal prosecution for violations. The Foreign Narcotics Kingpin Designation Act, better known as the Kingpin Act, is landmark federal legislation in the United States intended to address international narcotics trafficking by imposing United States sanctions on foreign persons and entities involved in the drug trade. She was sentenced to 30 months in prison and 24 months supervised release.