Author: Mary L. Milano

First the Sentence, Then the Verdict? Counting the Real Cost of Detention and Trial by Military Commission

[1] The wake of the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001 has been marked by approaches to law and justice on the part of the United States government which have the potential for profound adverse effect. Domestic and international legal orders; conceptions of human and civil rights; and the balance of relationships among states, citizens […]