Justice Department drops challenge of Gitmo lawyer rules

, The National Law Journal


The U.S. Justice Department has abandoned its fight over proposed rules governing attorney conduct at the Guantanamo Bay naval facility, dropping the case before an appeals court could dig into the dispute.

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  • Avon

    To the Editor: Better correct the spelling of Judge Lamberth's name in the photo caption!
    He doesn't look too happy about it there. And I hear he can be tough on folks.

  • Avon

    To the Editor: Better fix Judge Lamberth's name (spelling) in the photo caption!
    He doesn't look too happy about it to ME. And I hear he can be a tough critic.

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