Can anyone articulate a plausible argument for stripping alleged terrorists of the procedural right to challenge their status? Or, put another way, how we can protect any innocent accused without it? Because the best I've seen is that we'd have to Mirandize battlefield combatants, and that's ridiculous.
Wednesday, October 04, 2006
First Movers Essentials
- Don't Let This Happen To You
- International Day Against DRM
- The Supremos
- Yom Kippur
- Taking assumptions and flipping them completely
- Today's Law Students; Tomorrow's Lawyers-Who-Can't...
- What's Due Process?
- Sextonism: A Student's Perspective
- Fairness Among the Ivy
- Yargh! Happy (legal) Talk Like a Pirate Day, Matey...