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Habeas Corpus

Molecules of Therapy

Last Name: 
Truitt
First Name: 
Stephen
Middle Initial: 
M
Narrative Name: 
Molecules of Therapy
Word File: 
http://dlib.nyu.edu/guantanamo/documents/word/Truitt_Molecules.doc
PDFA File: 
http://dlib.nyu.edu/guantanamo/documents/pdfa/Truitt_Molecules.pdfa
Theme Tags: 
habeas corpus
General Tags: 
orgins of the litigation, meeting clients, torture
Author Name: 
Stephen Truitt
Author Bio: 
Steven Truitt has a private practice in Washington, DC.

Teach-In

Last Name: 
Sussman
First Name: 
Alan
Narrative Name: 
Teach-In
Word File: 
http://dlib.nyu.edu/guantanamo/documents/word/Sussman_Teach-In.doc
PDFA File: 
http://dlib.nyu.edu/guantanamo/documents/pdfa/Sussman_Teach-In.pdfa
Theme Tags: 
alternative forms of advocacy, habeas corpus
General Tags: 
Rasul, Seton Hall, isolation, suicides, torture
date: 
Mon, 2008-12-01
Author Name: 
Alan Sussman
Author Bio: 
Alan Sussman was a partner in the law firm Ricken, Goldman, Sussman & Blythe, Kingston, New York, and is currently an adjunct professor at Bard College.

Reflections on my Involvemnt in GTMO Bay Litigation

Last Name: 
Grossman
First Name: 
David
Middle Initial: 
A
Narrative Name: 
Reflections on my Involvemnt in GTMO Bay Litigation
Word File: 
http://dlib.nyu.edu/guantanamo/documents/word/Grossman_Reflections.doc
PDFA File: 
http://dlib.nyu.edu/guantanamo/documents/pdfa/Grossman_Reflections.pdfa
Theme Tags: 
Habeas Corpus, Violation of Suspension Clause
General Tags: 
habeas corpus, Combatant Status Review Tribunals, CSRT, access to counsel, Mamdouh Habib, rule of law, personal
date: 
Thu, 2008-08-28
Author Name: 
David A. Grossman
Author Bio: 
David A. Grossman is a staff attorney with the ABA Death Penalty Representation Project.

Table Talk

Last Name: 
Freedman
First Name: 
Eric
Middle Initial: 
M
Narrative Name: 
Table Talk
Word File: 
http://dlib.nyu.edu/guantanamo/documents/word/Freedman_Table.doc
PDFA File: 
http://dlib.nyu.edu/guantanamo/documents/pdfa/Freedman_Table.pdfa
Theme Tags: 
Habeas Corpus
General Tags: 
freedom of speech, pro bono work
Author Name: 
Eric M. Freedman
Author Bio: 
Eric M. Freedman is the Maurice A. Deane Distinguished Professor of Constitutional Law at Hofstra Law School.
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