Newest Issue - November 2018

November 2018 ABA Journal cover.

Legal ethics questions and accusations of spying on the defense have stymied a Guantanamo terrorism trial

Abd al-Rahim Hussein Muhammad al-Nashiri’s civilian defense team quit. They found a microphone in the room where they met with their client, who is charged in the bombing of the USS Cole. The government says that microphone was never turned on, but thanks in part to a history of spying on defense lawyers at Guantanamo, lawyers didn’t trust those reassurances.

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