Rumsfeld v. Padilla: This brief argues that the prolonged and indefinite incommunicado detention of Jose Padilla as an enemy combatant–an American citizen arrested on American soil–was without due process of law or any of the other procedural protections guaranteed under the United States Constitution to civilian detainees. The brief argues that there is no constitutional, statutory, or common law basis for the detention and that the Executive’s exercise of its newly asserted powers is proscribed by Congressional legislation that expressly bars such detention.
WPLC, IADL, and NLG file joint Amicus Brief Supporting the Hawaiian Kingdom’s Complaint against the US Requesting a Declaratory Judgment and Effective End of U.S. Occupation
July 30, 2021
Arkansas Times, LP v. Mark Waldrip, et. al
April 18, 2019
Ross William Ulbricht v. USA (February 2018)
February 5, 2018