After a jurisdictional controversy, the detained combatants in Guantanamo Bay suspected of ties to enemy forces after 9/11/2001 were granted the right to file writs of habeas corpus by the US Supreme Court.
In This Issue
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Status of Important Cases Before the Highest Tribunal for the October 2003 TermRead More
International Regimes and the Guantanamo DetaineesRead More
The Justices Weigh in During Oral ArgumentsRead More
Foreign Combatants Detained Abroad Do Have Access to Federal CourtsRead More
Pro & Con
Should Foreign Enemy Combatants Detained By the United States Have Access to Federal Courts?