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Criminal – Habeas Corpus – Accused Terrorist – Military Detention (access required)

On rehearing, the en banc 4th Circuit holds that an alien lawful resident may be held in military detention as an enemy combatant, assuming the government’s allegations about the man’s links with terrorism are true, and that the man, Ali Saleh al-Marri, has not been afforded sufficient due process to challenge his designation as an ...

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