March 10, 2009
by Andrew Wood
Victor Comras: Classified information and court rooms usually just don't mesh. And, this factor is at the very heart of the continuing dilemma we face in using our judicial system to deal with terrorism and terrorists. Terrorism cases pose very special investigative and court room challe... ...[read more]
March 28, 2006
by Andrew Wood
The Miami federal judge presiding over the trial of terror suspect Jose Padilla Tuesday placed tight restrictions on disclosure of evidence containing classified material. US District Judge Marcia Cooke's order under the Classified Information Procedures Act is primarily intended to prevent ...[read more]
October 8, 2004
by Gretchen E. Moore
Legal experts are questioning the role of US District Judge Gerald Rosen, from the Eastern District of Michigan, in the largest terrorism trial in the US since September 11th. Last month, Judge Rosen reversed the convictions of three Detroit men accused of operating a terror cell. Read the ...[read more]

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