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Military Commissions Act

Habeas Will Be There in 10 Minutes

Last Name: 
Tennant-Moore
First Name: 
Hannah
Word File: 
http://dlib.nyu.edu/guantanamo/documents/word/Tennant-Moore_Habeas.doc
PDFA File: 
http://dlib.nyu.edu/guantanamo/documents/pdfa/Tennant-Moore_Habeas.pdfa

Brief

Last Name: 
Wilner
First Name: 
Tom
Narrative Name: 
Brief
Word File: 
http://dlib.nyu.edu/guantanamo/documents/word/Wilner_Brief.doc
PDFA File: 
http://dlib.nyu.edu/guantanamo/documents/pdfa/Wilner_Brief.pdfa
Theme Tags: 
Al Odah v. United States of America
General Tags: 
Al Odah, Brief, Guantanmo, Military Commissions Act, habeas corpus,
date: 
Fri, 2007-06-22
Author Name: 
Tom Wilner
Author Bio: 
Tom Wilner is of counsel at Shearman & Sterling LLP in Washington, DC.

The Grant of Cert

Last Name: 
Wilner
First Name: 
Tom
Narrative Name: 
The Grant of Cert
Word File: 
http://dlib.nyu.edu/guantanamo/documents/word/Wilner_The Grant.doc
PDFA File: 
http://dlib.nyu.edu/guantanamo/documents/pdfa/Wilner_The Grant.pdfa
Theme Tags: 
Boumediene/ Al Odah
General Tags: 
Military Commissions Act, US Supreme Court, Boumediene, Al Odah, Suspension Clause, habeas corpus, grant of certification, Detainee Treatment Act, Wilmer Hale, Stephen Abraham,
Author Name: 
Tom Wilner
Author Bio: 
Tom Wilner is an associate of Shearman & Sterling in Washington, DC.

You Have the Bodies

Last Name: 
Sullivan
First Name: 
Thomas
Narrative Name: 
You Have the Bodies
Word File: 
http://dlib.nyu.edu/guantanamo/documents/word/Sullivan_You.doc
PDFA File: 
http://dlib.nyu.edu/guantanamo/documents/pdfa/Sullivan_You.pdfa
Theme Tags: 
representing detainees at GTMO
General Tags: 
Charitable work, Pakistan, custody, United States Armed Forces, Guantanamo Bay, captured, Northern Alliance, Al Qaeda, September 11, 2001 attacks, interrogation, Cuba, military commissions, Center for Constitutional Rights, next friend petitions, Iraq, Libya, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Department of Justice, DOJ, security clearnance, protective order, secured facility, Afghanistan, classified evidence, maximum security, indefinitely imprisoned, volunteer lawyers, writs of habaes corpus, United States District Court for the District of Columbia, federal Constitution, suspension clause, due process, international conventions, international treaties, aliens, military custody, Al Odah v. U.S., Rasul v. Bush, Supreme Court, Combatant Status Review Tribunals, CSRT, enemy combatant, kangaroo courts, Detainee Treatment Act, DTA, Secretary of Defense, Hamdan v. Rumsfeld, Military Commissions Act, MCA, Code of Military Justice, UCMJ, detention, detained, Boumediene v. Bush, Johnson v. Eisentrager, Administrative Review Board Hearings, Tribunal Presidents, Personal Representative, torture, CSRT transcripts, redaction, Administrative Review Board, ARB, hearsay, hearsay allegations, coercion, worst of the worst, Air Sunshine, Lynx Air, CBQ, Combined Bachelors' Quarters, Joint Task Force, JTF, attorney-client privilege, honor bound to defend freedom, total isolation, detainee, Taliban, rule of law, unjust imprisonment, treaty obligations, fair hearing
Author Name: 
Thomas Sullivan

Letter to Terry Herry

Last Name: 
Truitt
First Name: 
Stephen
Middle Initial: 
M
Narrative Name: 
Letter to Terry Herry
Word File: 
http://dlib.nyu.edu/guantanamo/documents/word/Truitt_Letter.doc
PDFA File: 
http://dlib.nyu.edu/guantanamo/documents/pdfa/Truitt_Letter.pdfa
Theme Tags: 
Protective Order, Habeas lawyer
General Tags: 
Hamdan, Military Commissions Act, habeas actions, Suspension clause, Protective Order, Paul Weiss,
Author Name: 
Stephen Truitt
Author Bio: 
Steven Truitt has a private practice in Washington, DC.

Guantanamo Flashbacks

Last Name: 
Remes
First Name: 
David
Narrative Name: 
Guantanamo Flashbacks
Word File: 
http://dlib.nyu.edu/guantanamo/documents/word/Remes_Guantanamo.doc
PDFA File: 
http://dlib.nyu.edu/guantanamo/documents/pdfa/Remes_Guantanamo.pdfa
Theme Tags: 
getting involved in the litigation, travel to GTMO, getting into the camp,
General Tags: 
Yemen, Supreme Court, Hamdan, Military Commissions Act, Rasul, Boumediene, secure facility, protective order, indefinite detention, camp layout, bureaucracy,
Author Name: 
David Remes
Author Bio: 
David Remes is Legal Director of Appeal for Justice, a nonprofit human rights and civil liberties litigation firm. Before founding Appeal for Justice in 2008, he was a partner at Covington & Burling LLP in Washington, DC.
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