On Monday, Khalid Ahmed Qassim filed a motion for en banc review of Judge Thomas Hogan’s May 10 denial of a petition for habeas relief.
Latest in Detention: Law of: D.C. Circuit Development
The dissent in the D.C. Circuit’s ruling in Doe suffers from a self-defeating logical error.
What to make of the court's split decision.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit will hear oral argument on Thursday in the case of an American citizen detained in Iraq by the U.S. military. Here’s where the proceedings stand so far.
The D.C. Circuit heard arguments in Al-Alwi v. Trump on March 20, considering the legality of the detention of Moath Hamza Ahmed al-Alwi under statutory and constitutional authority.
The D.C. Circuit will hear oral argument on Moath Hamza Ahmed al-Alwi’s latest challenge to his detention at Guantanamo Bay on Tuesday: here’s the current state of the proceedings.
The response was filed on Friday, in the habeas case of Al-Warafi v. Obama. Have a look:
On December 30, the outgoing Chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, Senator Dianne Feinstein, sent a letter to the White House.
The document---which was released earlier today---overviews a number of proposed reforms to U.S. interrogation, detention and other practices, the idea being to give effect to recommendations made in the SSCI's torture report.
The Senator's letter says, in full:
December 30, 2014
DC Circuit Temporarily Stays United States' Appeal in Al-Nashiri, Pending Consideration of Mandamus Petition
The order grants a motion filed by Al-Nashiri, and was handed down today by Circuit Judges Cornelia Pillard and Judith Rogers, over the dissent of Circuit Judge Brett Kavanaugh. It's gist is temporarily to pause the government's appeal, to the Court of Military Commission Review ("CMCR"), of the dismissal of some (though not all) of the capital military commission charges against the Guantanamo detainee.
The D.C. Circuit has just issued a per curiam order denying the detainees' petition for an en banc rehearing in Hatim v. Obama.