Military Commissions

Military Commissions After Guantánamo

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Oct 20th, 2014

The jurisdictional issue delaying the al-Nashiri military commission: Saudi defendant + French ship + Malaysian shipper + Iranian oil + Bulgarian casualty = trial in a U.S. military commission?

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Oct 3rd, 2014

Abu Ghaith Sentence Confirms We Don’t Need Guantanamo

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Sep 23rd, 2014

The important and difficult issues in the al-Nashiri case: When did the war begin? And was the COLE bombing a war crime?

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Aug 11th, 2014

Letter to the Editor — Lt. Colonel David J. R. Frakt: What will Happen to al Bahlul?

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Jul 18th, 2014

What’s Left of Hamdan II? Quite a Lot, Actually…

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Jul 17th, 2014

al Bahlul and the Future of “Domestic Law-of-War Offenses” in Military Commissions

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Jul 16th, 2014

Title 18’s Blind Spot: Superior Responsibility

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Jun 3rd, 2014

More on Military Courts and Article III

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May 6th, 2014

The D.C. District Court’s Power to Hear the New Nashiri Suit

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May 5th, 2014

Judge Pohl’s order requiring disclosure of details of CIA’s “black sites” now unclassified

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Apr 22nd, 2014

In al Nashiri, Judge Pohl orders disclosure of details of CIA’s “black sites” to the defense

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Apr 17th, 2014

Military Courts and Article III

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Apr 2nd, 2014

The Abu Ghaith Trial: How U.S. terrorism prosecutions are supposed to happen

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Mar 26th, 2014

Conspiracy – A Quick Historical Survey

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Mar 25th, 2014

Crime, Sentencing and the War on Terror: Further Thoughts on the Al Darbi Plea

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Mar 12th, 2014

Al Darbi Pleads Guilty but Questions Remain [UPDATED re AE168]

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Feb 20th, 2014

The al Iraqi Case and the Future of Military Commissions

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Feb 15th, 2014

Responding to John Dehn’s Letter to the Editor on the 9/11 Military Commissions

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Jan 6th, 2014

9/11 Case Stalls as Prosecution Moves to Have Detainee’s Competency to Stand Trial Examined [UPDATED]

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Dec 19th, 2013

Updates from Today’s 9/11 Case Hearings Before the Military Commission

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Dec 18th, 2013

Judge Pohl’s 9/11 Trial Order on the Convention Against Torture and the Accused’s “Observations and Experiences”

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Dec 18th, 2013

Military Commission “Lifts” Provision Classifying “Observations and Experiences”

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Dec 16th, 2013

The Potential Pitfalls of Refusing to Reopen the Article III Door for Guantanamo Detainees

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Dec 11th, 2013

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