Steve C. Posner on the Military Commissions Act since Boumediene v. Bush (PDF)
In Boumediene v. Bush, the U.S. Supreme Court restored Article III Court jurisdiction over the actions of military commissions, and the 2009 Military Commission Act brought the language of international law back to detainee treatment. But have they really changed anything?
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Steve C. Posner on the Military Commissions Act since Boumediene v. Bush. In Boumediene v. Bush, the U.S. Supreme Court restored Article III Court jurisdiction over the actions of military commissions, and the 2009 Military Commission Act brought the language of international law back to detainee treatment. But have they really changed anything?
Steve C. Posner is the author of the annually updated legal treatise Privacy Law and The USA PATRIOT Act (LexisNexis/Matthew Bender 2011), emphasizing the practical implications, burdens and options for organizations and individuals cooperating with and subject to government evolving reporting requirements, information requests and surveillance.
Mr. Posner frequently speaks on privacy and national security law to professional and community groups, as well as to undergraduate and graduate level university classes. He writes frequently online commentaries and blogs on emerging issues and litigation for LexisNexis.
Mr. Posner is a former editor of the Technology Law and Policy Review column for The Colorado Lawyer magazine, and former co-chair of the Colorado Bar Association's Law Office Technology Committee. He is admitted to practice law in Colorado, New York and California (inactive), and is in private practice in Evergreen, Colorado.
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