Justice's Gitmo gamble

Detainees attack DOJ plan to give attorney-client controls to Defense.

, The National Law Journal

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A new set of guidelines governing legal representation at the Guantanamo Bay detention center is roiling attorneys who represent detainees and prompting a legal fight in Washington's federal trial court to block enforcement of a new policy the U.S. Justice Department is advancing.

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Originally appeared in print as Detainee lawyers fighting DOJ's client rules

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