Aviation Screening

Two Quite Important Rulings Today

By Wells Bennett
Tuesday, June 24, 2014, 5:00 PM

Coincidentally, they come to us from two different federal judges in the District of Oregon.

The first decision concludes that remedial mechanisms associated with the so-called "No Fly" list violate due process;  the second rejects a defendant's post-conviction effort to have an indictment thrown out---and, among other things, in doing so also rejects a constitutional attack on Section 702 of FISA.

Have a look at the quite significant opinions in Latif v. Holder and United States v. Mohamud.