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Better Rules for Terrorism Trials – a working paper from Brookings

May 28th, 2010 Uncategorized

From Brookings:

Better Rules for Terrorism Trials

May 08, 2009

More than seven years after 9/11, the government’s legal, practical and moral authority to detain suspected terrorists without trial remains a subject of fierce debate. Robert Litt and Wells Bennett say Congress could significantly ameliorate the problem by authorizing the creation of a National Security Bar, a permanent corps of security-cleared lawyers who could represent defendants in terrorism-related cases.

You can download the paper here.

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