The Supreme Court appeared deeply divided Wednesday over just how much due process Guantanamo Bay detainees deserve in challenging their imprisonment -- and how much they already have -- as the justices weighed the impact of a law passed by Congress last year that stripped U.S. courts of jurisdiction to hear habeas corpus appeals from detainees and established a limited appeal process. During a dramatic argument, Justice Anthony Kennedy, the presumed swing vote in the cases, tipped his hand only once.
High Court Justices Clash on Detainee Rights
December 6, 2007
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