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habeas corpus 人身保护权;人身保护法

  • Ratner says his work, part of decades of legal maneuvers to undermine the nation's protection against terrorists, is really a fight to save habeas corpus and the U.S. Constitution.

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  • Compared with previous wartime shifts—such as Lincoln's suspension of habeas corpus—this one is modest.

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  • Clement reiterated the government's argument that never before in the history of warfare has a U.S. prisoner of war had a right to challenge his detention with a habeas corpus petition in the U.S. courts.

    NPR: Supreme Court Hears Guantanamo Arguments

  • Furthermore, the judicial process does not consider a person's individual rights or rights of habeas corpus.

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  • Michael Ratner and the lawyers in the Gitmo bar have expressly stated that the habeas corpus lawsuits are a tactic to prevent the U.S. military from doing its job.

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  • In the federal system, severe restrictions have been imposed on the ancient writ of habeas corpus, a common law doctrine predating the U.S. Constitution by several centuries, which allows the wrongly convicted to attack their trials and verdicts.

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  • The detainees claim that they have the right to challenge their imprisonment in the U.S. courts, using the constitutionally guaranteed procedure called a writ of habeas corpus.

    NPR: High Court Hears Detainee-Rights Case

  • It was Ms Smith, of course, who championed the government's most recent efforts, via anti-terrorist legislation, to erode habeas corpus: the freedom from arbitrary detention that predates the civil war but was bolstered by it.

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  • Only the right of habeas corpus contains with it, he suggested, the ultimate sanction of ordering a detainee's release.

    NPR: Supreme Court Hears Guantanamo Arguments

  • And they really go into depth examining Cheney's behind the scenes role in remaking the president's war powers, including subverting the Geneva Conventions and, you know, holding detainees without habeas corpus review.

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  • Mr Ackerman also analyses the Supreme Court's record since the attacks, which he sees as mixed, especially on the writ of habeas corpus, and he proposes a reasonable post-disaster plan on government continuity.

    ECONOMIST: Civil liberties

  • The question facing the court is whether the detainees have the right to go into the U.S. courts to challenge their detentions, using the constitutionally guaranteed procedure called a writ of habeas corpus.

    NPR: Supreme Court Hears Guantanamo Arguments

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