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U.S. v. Hamdan: Military Commissions Sixty-Six Years after Quirin

Brian L. Mizer, Lieutenant Commander, United States Navy Judge Advocate General Corps (Nov 19, 2008 at Case Western Reserve University, School of Law) In his talk, Lieutenant Commander Mizer looks at questions of criminal procedure and the protections due to criminal defendants within the current system of Military Commissions, but also in criminal trials generally. He focusses on comparisons between the trial in Quirin and Mr. Hamdan's trial and argue that military commissions still do not afford defendants basic due process. Lt. Comm. Mizer discusses the problem of balancing security and constitutional liberty in the global war on terrorism.
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