In his latest case, John Martin may not be allowed to see the evidence against his client. Martin is the court-appointed attorney assigned to defend Syed Haris Ahmed, a Georgia Tech engineering student being held on terrorism charges -- charges that may have remained secret had an Atlanta television station not reported on the arrest after talking to Ahmed's family. Defending terror suspects is "a legal battlefield where all the resources of the government come into play," says one attorney.
Fighting Terrorism Charges While Blindfolded
April 28, 2006
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