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Document: Judge Chutkan Declines to Block Government from Transferring Detainee in Doe v. Mattis

Judge Tanya Chutkan of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia issued a ruling in Doe v. Mattis on January 23, declining to further enjoin the government from transferring Doe out of U.S. custody but requiring the government to provide both the court and the ACLU with 72 hours' notice prior to Doe's transfer.

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Document: Judge Orders Government Not to Transfer Detainee in Doe v. Mattis

Judge Tanya Chutkan of the D.C. federal district court issued an ordered in Doe v. Mattis on Jan. 18. Chutkan ordered the government not to transfer John Doe until Jan. 23, when the order suggests that the court will have ruled on Doe's pending motion for continued interim relief. The full order is included below:

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Document: District Court Memorandum Opinion in ACLU v. Mattis

Judge Tanya Chutkan of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia issued the following Memorandum Opinion in ACLU v. Mattis that, among other things, denies the Defense Department's motion to dismiss and orders the Defense Department to "allow the ACLUF immediate and unmonitored access to the detainee for the sole purpose of determining whether the detainee wishes for the ACLUF to continue this action on his behalf."

 

 

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