Prosecution of Terrorist Suspects
Joshua Dratel, Colonel Morris Davis and Anthony Romero spoke about trials for suspected terrorists involved in the September 11, 2001 attacks on the U.S. Among the topics they addressed were the venue and procedures for trials, the potential advantages and disadvantages of military commissions and civilian trials in federal courts, potential impact on U.S. foreign policy, and domestic political considerations associated with the eventual determination of the trial format. They also answered questions from the audience. close
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Morris Davis Chief Prosecutor (Former) Department of Defense->Office of Military Commissions
Joshua Dratel Attorney
Karen J. Greenberg Executive Director New York University School of Law->Center on Law and Security
Anthony D. Romero Executive Director American Civil Liberties Union
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