Judicial Activity Concerning Enemy Combatant Detainees: Major Court Rulings (Google eBook)
DIANE Publishing, 2010 - 18 pages
The U.S. has captured and detained numerous persons believed to have been part of or assoc. with enemy forces. This report discusses major judicial opinions concerning suspected enemy belligerents detained in the conflict with Al Qaeda and the Taliban. Addresses all Supreme Court decisions concerning enemy combatants. Discusses notable circuit court opinions addressing issues of ongoing relevance to U.S. detention policy. Addresses a few notable decisions by fed. district courts that are the subject of ongoing litigation. Describes a few fed. court rulings in criminal cases involving persons who were either involved in the 9/11 attacks or were captured abroad by U.S. forces during operations against Al Qaeda, the Taliban, and assoc. entities.
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