Doe v. Mattis

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The D.C. Circuit Affirms in Doe v. Mattis: No Transfer of a U.S. Citizen Detainee to Saudi Custody

On Monday, we learned that a divided panel of the D.C. Circuit has sided with the ACLU on the question whether the U.S. government can involuntarily transfer a dual U.S.-Saudi citizen whom U.S. forces have held as an enemy combatant in Iraq since last September.

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Document: Judge Chutkan Declines to Block Government from Transferring Detainee in Doe v. Mattis

Judge Tanya Chutkan of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia issued a ruling in Doe v. Mattis on January 23, declining to further enjoin the government from transferring Doe out of U.S. custody but requiring the government to provide both the court and the ACLU with 72 hours' notice prior to Doe's transfer.

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