Monthly Archive: March 2012

Note: Stateside Guantanamo: Breaking the Silence 0

Note: Stateside Guantanamo: Breaking the Silence

On December 11, 2006, the Department of Justice quietly began to execute the initial stages of a secret new program, the Communication Management Unit (CMU).[1]  At 7:00 A.M., seventeen federal prisoners from across the...

Article: The Speedy Trial Rrights of Military Detainees 0

Article: The Speedy Trial Rrights of Military Detainees

In Washington, debate roils on about whether terrorism suspects should be tried by military commission, Article III courts, some combination of the two, or not at all.  The Obama administration’s highest profile decision to...

Article: Federalism, Harm, and the Politics of Legal Garcia v. Texas 0

Article: Federalism, Harm, and the Politics of Legal Garcia v. Texas

Humberto Leal Garcia savagely raped and murdered sixteen-year-old Adria Sauceda in San Antonio in the spring of 1994.[1]  A Texas jury sentenced him to death.[2]  On these facts alone, his case appears indistinguishable from...