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CASE ENTRY

Qassim v. Trump

In 2008, the Supreme Court held that Gitmo detainees are entitled to meaningful judicial review of the legality of their detention, but since then the D.C. Circuit has rejected every habeas petition it has considered on the merits. So we should probably take one of these petitions en banc, writes Judge Tatel, to examine whether we’re adhering to the Supreme Court’s instructions.


Tags: 2018, D.C. Circuit, Gitmo, Habeas Corpus, Judge Tatel

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