Linda Greenhouse has a thoughtful column over at the New York Times entitled “The Mirror of Guantanamo” about the Abdul Razak Ali case—about which I wrote some thoughts last week. Ten years ago, Greenhouse notes, the … Read more »
Quite intrusive, it seems—at least according to this letter filing, which was submitted yesterday in Hatim v. Obama, the ”Counsel Access Case.” Oral argument also was held yesterday, as y’all likely know from Raff’s recap.
During those proceedings, … Read more »
The snow-drizzle may have slowed down the first two branches of government and every nonprofit in town on Monday morning, but the judiciary didn’t budge much: oral argument this morning in the appeal of Hatim v. Obama, otherwise known … Read more »
On Monday morning, a significant Guantanamo case, Hatim v. Obama et al., will be argued before D.C. Circuit Judges Merrick Garland, Karen L. Henderson, and Thomas B. Griffith. Petitioners and respondents both will have fifteen minutes to present arguments, … Read more »
Both Raffaela and Steve have already noted the D.C. Circuit’s opinion yesterday in Abdul Razak Ali v. Obama, the latest Guantanamo habeas case. Both also took note of Senior Judge Harry Edwards’s brief opinion concurring in the judgment affirming … Read more »
As Steve already noted, the D.C. Circuit has affirmed the district court’s denial of a writ of habeas corpus to Guantanamo detainee Abdul Razak Ali. We covered the oral argument this fall, in preview and recap posts.
The D.C. … Read more »
This morning’s D.C. Circuit decision in Ali v. Obama is not exactly a shocker, given the court’s ever-solidifying body of jurisprudence on the scope of the government’s power to detain non-citizen terrorism suspects at Guantánamo. In short, Judge Kavanaugh’s opinion … Read more »
Three updates in Aamer v. Obama, the force-feeding case on appeal to the D.C. Circuit.
On November 14, the government filed its opposition to Guantanamo detainee Imad Abdullah Hassan’s motion to intervene in the case. Hassan, a designated hunger-striker … Read more »
The government has filed its brief in Al Laithi v. Rumsfeld and Celikgogus v. Rumsfeld, a case involving the consolidated claims of former Guantanamo detainees against former government officials in their individual capacities. The detainees seek civil damages, alleging … Read more »
The appellant and appellee briefs in a Guantanamo detainee’s habeas-related appeal, Abdullah v. Obama, have been filed with the Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit.
First, a short recap of the case: After not getting a decision from … Read more »
In Hatim v. Obama, a.k.a. the Guantanamo “counsel access case,” the government’s reply brief has been submitted, and the D.C. Circuit has slated the case for oral argument on Monday, December 9.
We’ve covered this Guantanamo detainee-related case… Read more »
Today the D.C. Circuit handed down its opinion in a Guantanamo detainee’s habeas-related appeal. The detainee filed his notice of appeal too late, concluded the three-judge panel, thus divesting the appeals court of jurisdiction. The panel dismissed the appeal.
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As promised by petitioners in their filing last week, and in response to the government’s letter to the court suggesting that their case is moot: Guantanamo detainee Imad Abdullah Hassan today moved to intervene in Aamer v. Obama, the … Read more »
We noted Sunday that the Justice Department filed a letter in the force-feeding case Aamer v. Obama last week informing the D.C. Circuit that the four detainees are no longer designated hunger-strikers. On Monday petitioners filed a response rejecting the … Read more »
On Thursday the Justice Department filed a letter notifying the D.C. Circuit that none of the four Guantanamo detainees protesting government force-feeding in Aamer v. Obama are any longer designated hunger-strikers. Nabil Hadjarab was transferred to Algeria in August; the … Read more »
The fate of the case, Al Janko v. Gates, before the D.C. Circuit today appears to hinge on a Clintonesque question: It depends what the meaning of “United States” is.
That is, it depends what the meaning of the … Read more »
Tuesday morning, a three-judge panel of the D.C. Circuit will hear oral arguments in Al Janko v. Gates, an appeal of a damages action brought by a former Guantanamo detainee against various government officials for their alleged mistreatment of … Read more »
Guantanamo detainees have filed their response brief in the D.C. Circuit appeal of Hatim v. Obama, the “counsel access” case. As in other ongoing litigation, the government had moved for extending the filing deadlines, but the government is back … Read more »
Tomorrow at 9:30 a.m., D.C. Circuit Judges David S. Tatel and Thomas B. Griffith, and Senior Judge Stephen F. Williams will hear oral arguments in Aamer v. Obama, one of three consolidated appeals concerning the force-feeding of Guantanamo detainees.… Read more »
The government may not have its act together, but the third branch insists on carrying on anyway.
The other day, the Justice Department filed a motion to postpone oral argument in the force-feeding case currently before the D.C. Circuit Court … Read more »