It feels like we’ve gone back to the Bush administration on military detention matters, we really haven’t.
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The Nashiri defense team filed a motion for a preliminary injuction Wednesday morning to halt the al-Nashiri proceedings pending representation by qualified counsel. You can read the full document here:
A summary of the substantive issues addressed in this week’s hearings in the case of the 9/11 accused.
The collapse of the al-Nashiri trial defense team is only the latest setback for the dysfunctional military commission system.
Military Commissions Chief Prosecutor Brig. Gen. Mark Martins released a statement on October 14.
Brig. Gen. John Baker, the chief defense counsel for the military commissions, disbanded the defense team in U.S. v. Nashiri.
A look at the three consolidated cases slated to appear before the Supreme Court addressing some enduring questions about military commissions.
Yesterday, Ali Hamza Al Bahlul filed his reply brief on cert in Bahlul v. U.S., which challenges the retroactive designation of conspiracy as a war crime in military commissions. Here's the brief:
Last Friday, Judge Christopher Cooper issued a ruling on a government motion in limine in United States v. Abu Khatallah.