March 19, 2007
by Holly Manges Jones
The US military lawyer for Australian Guantanamo Bay detainee David Hicks said Monday that his client was sedated for 24 hours last month before being told about new charges against him. Maj. Michael Mori said Hicks was given a drug to ease his complaints of stomach pain, but while the medicine ...[read more]
March 18, 2007
by Leslie Schulman
Australian Guantanamo Bay detainee David Hicks has filed for an injunction to delay his military trial currently scheduled to start March 20. Maj. Michael Mori, Hicks' Pentagon-appointed lawyer, said Saturday that Hicks' defense team asked the US District Court in Washington last week to ...[read more]
March 5, 2007
by Bernard Hibbitts
Chief US military commissions prosecutor Col. Morris Davis (USAF) has criticized the conduct of the US military lawyer for Australian Guantanamo detainee David Hicks, suggesting that Major Michael Mori (USMC) has been playing politics with his case outside the bounds of proper legal ...[read more]
February 24, 2007
by Natalie Hrubos
The US military lawyer for Australian Guantanamo Bay detainee David Hicks said Saturday that Hicks would spend years in court and could not get a fair trial before a US military commission. In remarks at a rally in Adelaide, US Marine Corps Maj. Michael Mori noted that the revised military ...[read more]
January 18, 2007
by Gabriel Haboubi
The father and military lawyer of Australian Guantanamo Bay detainee David Hicks spoke out against new US military commission rules Thursday, insisting that the regulations are even more unfair for defendants than those which applied under the original commission system which the US Supreme Court ...[read more]
August 23, 2006
by Joshua Pantesco
Australian detainee David Hicks has been kept in solitary confinement at Guantanamo Bay for about five months and his health is deteriorating, Hicks' US military lawyer Major Michael Mori said Wednesday. Mori insisted that Hicks is among the best-behaved inmates at the US military prison and ...[read more]
August 13, 2006
by Kate Heneroty
Australian Guantanamo Bay detainee David Hicks may serve up to seven more years in US military custody before facing trial under a new military tribunal system, his military lawyer Major Michael Mori said Sunday. Since the US Supreme Court's decision in Hamdan v. Rumsfeld found US military ...[read more]
July 3, 2006
by Joe Shaulis
A US military lawyer for David Hicks said the US government cannot legally prosecute the Australian-born Guantanamo detainee again because a trial would constitute double jeopardy under the Fifth Amendment to the US Constitution. The lawyer, Maj. Michael Mori, told the Sydney Morning Herald on ...[read more]
March 21, 2006
by Holly Manges Jones
Maj. Michael Mori, the US Marine Corps lawyer representing Australian terror suspect David Hicks in military commission proceedings at Guantanamo Bay, said Monday that the imbalanced system at Guantanamo presents a significant risk that innocent individuals will be convicted while truly... ...[read more]
November 11, 2005
by Holly Manges Jones
The Pentagon has refused to allow expert witnesses to testify at the upcoming military commission hearing for Australian terror suspect David Hicks, a decision that his US military lawyer says increases the likelihood that he will not receive a fair trial. Major Michael Mori said he retained five ...[read more]

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