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The national security court system

a natural evolution of justice in an age of terror

by Glenn M. Sulmasy

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Published by Oxford University Press in Oxford, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Criminal justice, Administration of -- United States,
  • National security -- Law and legislation -- United States,
  • Military courts -- United States,
  • Courts-martial and courts of inquiry -- United States,
  • Terrorism -- United States -- Prevention,
  • Jurisdiction -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementGlenn Sulmasy.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsKF9223 .S85 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22691456M
    ISBN 109780195379815
    LC Control Number2008050775

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    In a hearing to stop former national security adviser John Bolton the courts tend to defer to the classification claims of the executive branch. the Supreme Court considered a book by a. National Security Cases In , the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that detainees held at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba are constitutionally entitled to pursue habeas corpus relief in the federal courts. The Supreme Court implied that there was only one appropriate venue for these suits – the D.C. District Court and the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals.


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The recent Boumediene decision, which tossed aside the dysfunctional military court system envisioned by the Bush administration and upheld the right of habeas corpus for detainees, promises to throw national security law into chaos, and will also probably lead to the closing of Guantanamo.

In this timely and much-needed book, Glenn Sulmasy, one of America's leading experts on national /5(4). Glenn Sulmasy, author of the book The National Security Court System, talked by video uplink from New York City about the future of Guantanamo Bay and detainees held talked about his book.

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Trying terrorism cases in civilian court raise potential issues including the inability to use coerced or secret evidence, rights of the accused like a speedy trial, the necessity of a Miranda reading, and discovery requirements, and the security of the judge and jury.

1 On one side, advocates of tactics often used during the Bush. Federal Court System in the U.S. Federal Probation Journal; Agenda Books; Committee Reports; Congressional and Supreme Court Rules Packages; Civil Rights, First Amendment, National Security: Motion to Dismiss: Monday, Ma About Federal Courts.

In the classified submission to the court, Ellis describes "six examples of passages in the manuscript that require protection under the national security information classification system, and. The article notes that a possible option to solve these problems would be the Congressional creation of a new "National Security Court." Such a court would be a hybrid of federal civilian criminal courts, U.S.

military courts and the Guantanamo-based military commissions. This concept has been around for a couple of years now. The recent Boumediene decision, which tossed aside the dysfunctional military court system envisioned by the Bush administration and upheld the right of habeas corpus for detainees, promises to throw national security law into chaos, and will also probably lead to the closing of Guantanamo.

In this timely and much-needed book, Glenn Sulmasy, one of America's leading experts on national. The Case for a National Security Court For the good of the war on terrorism, the United States needs to create a National Security Court to try enemy combatants.

Stuart Taylor Jr. "The National Security Court System is a recommended read for anyone interested in getting a clear and concise juridical overview of the detainee dilemma and why the current juridical approaches will. Some national security court opponents are really opposed to the non-criminal military detention system that such a court would supervise, and insist that terrorists be tried in criminal court or.

Ref Book - National Security Act. Print (Public Law of J ; 61 STAT. ) An Act To promote the national security by providing for a Secretary of Defense; for a National Military Establishment; for a Department of the Army, a Department of the Navy, and a Department of the Air Force; and for the coordination of the activities.

But the judge also sharply criticized the former national security adviser, suggesting his $2 million book advance may be in jeopardy. John Bolton’s book. In recent years, countries around the world introduced numerous national security programs and military campaigns.

Despite the complex legal questions they raise, very few of these measures have been the subject of rigorous judicial review. Nevertheless, the absence of real-time review has had an enormous effect on human rights, rule of law, and on national security. instead, as the title of his book suggests, a national security court system.

Sulmasy’s book is part policy prescription, but it would be a valuable contribution even if it included only its initial chapters discussing the history of military commissions in the United States. “Defendant Bolton has gambled with the national security of the United States.

He has exposed his country to harm and himself to civil (and potentially criminal) liability,” Judge Royce. Military justice and the original intent of military commissions --Military commissions in U.S.

history --The Second World War military commission --Ex Parte Quirin et al --The war on al Qaeda and the military order of Novem --Hamdan and the Military Commissions Act of --The legal landscape after Boumediene --The National.

U.S. District Judge Royce C. Lamberth, however, noted that it appeared the former national security adviser failed to complete a pre-publication government review and. “This is a civil action by the United States to prevent Defendant John R.

Bolton, a former National Security Advisor, from compromising national security by publishing a book containing.