Duke Law Professors Madeline Morris, Scott Silliman, and Curtis Bradley discuss the landmark June 2008 decision in , which holds that Guantanamo Bay detainees have a constitutional right to file for habeas corpus in U.S. federal court. Professors Morris, Silliman and Bradley consider the next steps for the foreign detainees, who were held for years at the prison camp in Cuba and will now have the right to challenge their indefinite imprisonment without charges. Sponsored by the Center for International & Comparative Law.
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