• December 09, 2008
    By Harvey Silverglate
    Every time I read something about the debate over whether captured suspected terrorists should be tried in one of President Bush's "military commissions" or in a regular federal court, I have to admit smirking a bit. As a practicing criminal defense and civil liberties lawyer, with considerable experience defending clients in the federal courts, I find that neither tribunal would do justice to, well, justice.

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