Terrorism

Terrorism

Judge indicates he will allow torture suit against psychologists who aided CIA

Terrorism

CIA doesn’t have to release legal memos on targeted killings by drones, DC Circuit rules

U.S. Supreme Court

Supreme Court upholds Iran reparations law; dissent sees separation of powers violation

Terrorism

FBI paid professional hackers to help unlock San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone

Trials & Litigation

Trial judge asks how grenade-like device works: Police officer pulls pin, and it explodes

Terrorism

Judge considers booting adviser and lawyers from case due to allegation of jihad preaching

Privacy Law

Justice Department says it may be able to hack San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone without Apple’s help

Criminal Justice

Man accused of threatening lives of federal judge and FBI on Twitter gets probation

Terrorism

Terrorism defendants ordered by judge to face evaluation for deradicalization program

Constitutional Law

Apple moves to vacate court order requiring it to develop software to access encrypted iPhone

ABA Midyear Meeting

Efforts to fight terrorism are undermining the human rights movement, says prominent advocate

Precedents

Feb. 26, 1993: The World Trade Center is bombed

Trials & Litigation

Judge threatens to jail lawyer who keeps arguing his client is victim of anti-Muslim hysteria

Guantanamo/Detainees

Defense Department wants group to lift ban on psychologists’ participation in interrogations

Education Law

Spelling error sparks police terrorism investigation of schoolboy, 10

U.S. Supreme Court

Supreme Court appears to side with terrorism victims in arguments on Iran reparations law

Terrorism

White House asks tech companies for help with online counterterrorism measures

Criminal Justice

Armed protesters occupy federal building in Oregon, calling ranchers’ arson sentences unjust

Criminal Justice

Man charged with supplying guns to San Bernardino attackers signed rights waivers multiple times

Internet Law

Law prof proposes law to shut down ISIS recruitment online; is it constitutional?