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Military Commissions Update

In October, the military commission case against the five people accused of planning the 9/11 attacks resumed for the first time since February. The proceedings were derailed almost immediately when Walid bin Attash announced that he wanted the judge to explain the right to proceed pro se. The war court was also faced with issues centered on Judge Pohl’s order that prevented female guards from handling male detainees in cell extractions. When the commissions resumed in December, bin Attash informed the judge that he refused to recognize Cheryl Bormann as his attorney, although she continued to sit at the defense table. Some defense attorneys estimate that it will be at least five years before a trial begins.

By Jumana Musa in January - February 2016
Category: The Champion Magazine
Alleged Cole-Bomber Case Most Important At GTMO (Military Commissions Update)
Additional hearings were held recently in the 9/11 terrorism trial of Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri, the alleged U.S.S. Cole bomber. On April 11 and 12, 2012, Judge Pohl finally heard oral arguments on constitutional challenges to the Guantánamo military commissions system, in addition to several discovery motions. The judge’s interactions with counsel and his forthcoming rulings will set the road map for the 9/11 case and any future commissions cases at Guantánamo. Al-Nashiri is arguably the most important case in Guantánamo.
By Mason Clutter in May 2012
Category: The Champion Magazine
The Alleged U.S.S. Cole Bomber (Military Commissions Update)
The Alleged U.S.S. Cole Bomber (Military Commissions Update)
By Mason C. Clutter in March 2012
Category: The Champion Magazine
Military Commissions Update
Military Commissions Update
By Michael Price in January 2009
Category: The Champion Magazine
9/11 Trial Underway at Guantánamo Bay (Military Commissions Perspective)

A key component of fairness is to ensure that the defense is provided with the resources it needs to zealously represent the individuals being held at Guantánamo Bay.

By Mason C. Clutter in July 2012
Category: The Champion Magazine
Guantánamo Update
Guantánamo Update
By Michael Price in November 2009
Category: The Champion Magazine
White-Collar Crime

White-Collar Crime Multiple Authors March 2010 Page 56  FCPA Enforcement Update DOJ Targets the Health Care Industry Enforcement of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (“FCPA”)1 has increased over the past several years. In 2009 alone, the Department of Justice (“DOJ”) and the Securities Excha

By Multiple Authors in March 2010
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