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by James J. Benjamin Jr.,Richard B. Zabel

Author: James J. Benjamin Jr.,Richard B. Zabel
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Language: English
Publisher: Human Rights First; 1 edition (May 1, 2008)
Pages: 179 pages
Category: Politics
Rating: 4.2
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In May 2008, Human Rights First released In Pursuit of Justice: Prosecuting Terrorism Cases in the Federal Courts, a White Paper which I co-authored with my then-law partner, Richard B. Zabel.

Richard B. Zabel James J. Benjamin, Jr. May 2008. In Pursuit of Justice. Prosecuting Terrorism Cases in the Federal Courts. Richard B. The primary authors of this White Paper are Richard B. Zabel and James J. Benjamin, J. partners in the New York office of Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP. They, along with a terrific team at Akin Gump, devoted much hard work and many long hours to prepare this Paper on a pro bono basis.

of Justice : Prosecuting Terrorism Cases in the Federal Courts. others have proposed an entirely new "national security court.

In Pursuit of Justice : Prosecuting Terrorism Cases in the Federal Courts. by James J. Benjamin and Richard B. In recent years, there has been much controversy about the proper forum in which to prosecute and punish suspected terrorists. Some have endorsed aggressive use of military commissions; others have proposed an entirely new "national security court.

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Zabel, Richard Z. and Benjamin, Jr James . Human Rights First, In Pursuit of Justice: Prosecuting Terrorism Cases in Federal Courts, 2008 Update and Recent Developments (2008). Pincus, Walter, Powell Calls for Closure of Military Prison at Guantanamo, Wash. Wala, Raha, From Guantanamo to Nuremberg and Back: An Analysis of Conspiracy to Commit War Crimes under International Humanitarian Law, 41 Geo. J. Int'l L. 683 (2010).

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Prosecuting terrorism in international tribunals. Hard measures: How aggressive CIA actions after 9/11 saved American lives. Prosecuting terrorism in New York. Washington, D. Human Rights First.

In recent years, there has been much controversy about the proper forum in which to prosecute and punish suspected terrorists. Some have endorsed aggressive use of military commissions; others have proposed an entirely new "national security court." However, as the nation strives for a vigorous and effective response to terrorism, we should not lose sight of the important tools that are already at our disposal, nor should we forget the costs and risks of seeking to break new ground by departing from established institutions and practices. As this White Paper shows, the existing criminal justice system has proved successful at handling a large number of important and challenging terrorism prosecutions over the past fifteen years-without sacrificing national security interests, rigorous standards of fairness and due process, or just punishment for those guilty of terrorism-related crimes.