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Rules for Lawyers Of Detainees Are Called Onerous: Fair, Adequate Defense Questioned

Date: February 13, 2008
Authors: Josh White, Walter Pincus and Julie Tate
QUOTE: Months before the trials of some of the detainees are set to begin, some of the attorneys say the Defense Department's regulations for their work [defending detainees at Guantanamo Bay] are so onerous that they will be unable to provide a fair and adequate defense of their clients.

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