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Ct. at 2715. 17 19 Id. Respondents’ Response to, And Motion to Dismiss, the Amended Petition for a Writ of Habeas Corpus at 11, Padilla v. Bush, 233 F. Supp. Y. 2002) (No. 02-Civ-4445). 21 Petitioners’ Reply to Motion to Dismiss Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus, Padilla v. Bush, 233 F. Supp. 2d. Y. 2002) (No. 02-Civ-4445). 22 The petition could be refiled in the appropriate jurisdiction, but the case would have to be reargued. Four members of the Court found no jurisdictional problem. 24 C. 25 He was seized in Afghanistan during the war between American military forces and the forces of the Taliban regime.

S. military. The Supreme Court did not elaborate on the nature of the charges against Milligan because it held that the accused would get a jury trial regardless. It was disingenuous of the Quirin Court to distinguish Milligan on the ground that the Milligan Court 74 See Louis Fisher, Nazi Saboteurs on Trial 46 (2003). S. at 36–38, 48. 76 Id. at 45. 44 Power and Liberty in Wartime had not been confronted with crimes that were subject to the laws of war. That claim is unsupported by the record and is plainly wrong.

53 See Hamdi v. Rumsfeld, 124 S. Ct. 2633, 2644 (2004). 36 Power and Liberty in Wartime Thus, citizens who are captured abroad cannot be imprisoned on the basis of an allegation leveled by the president. Citizens must have access to counsel and an opportunity to rebut the government’s allegation before an impartial judge. If the government can persuade the judge that the citizen is an enemy combatant, continued incarceration in a military brig would be legitimized. V. The Power of Government to Seize and Imprison Foreign Nationals Within American Borders A.

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