At Guantánamo, a Death Penalty Case Without a Death Penalty Lawyer

By Cassandra Stubbs, Director, ACLU Capital Punishment Project November 14, 2017

The Guantanamo military commissions, the scheme created by the government to try 9/11 and other detainees, have devolved into an unacceptable and alarming assault on defense lawyers attempting to provide fair representation to their clients.

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