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Posts Tagged ‘Hamdan’

SCOTUS Blog: “Congress’s War Crimes Power at Issue”

A post on SCOTUS Blog by Lyle Denniston reports that, on Tuesday, the D.C. Circuit Court voted to review congressional authority to apply war crime laws to terrorist acts that took place prior to the enactment of the laws making such acts criminal. The decision to review arises directly from the case against Ali Hamza […]

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“Guantanamo day” at the Court

A post on SCOTUS blog entitled "'Guantanamo Day' at the Court," discusses the Supreme Court's schedule to review four separate Guantanamo cases at its Conference last Friday, April 1. According to SCOTUS blog, each of the cases involves a legal complaint that the D.C. Circuit Court is failing to follow the Supreme Court’s lead in assuring […]

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