Monthly Archives: February 2010

Attempted NYC Subway Bomber Reaches Plea Deal in Civilian Court

Najibullah Zazi, accused of conspiring to detonate explosives on the New York City subway system, reached a plea deal in a federal court. Zazi admitted he conspired with Al Qaeda to detonate explosives in the subway system on the anniversary…

Will the Majority of Enemy Combatants Be Released?

If a recent report is any indication, the majority of enemy combatants being held "indefinitely" will be released if they decide to challenge their confinement. The report by the Washington Post, found that out of 41 prisoners who have challenged…

Pope says full body scanners violate personal integrity

During a meeting with members of the aerospace industry, Pope Benedict XVI voiced his displeasure over the proposed usage of full body scanners. The United States, and other countries, are expected to install scanners that scan through clothing, and effectively…

Is Taped Testimony More Compelling Than Live Testimony?

A recent article posits that when using videotaped testimony to cross-examine a live witness, the videotaped testimony is more compelling. Richard Rollo drafted an article for Delaware Lawyer discussing the use of videotaped depositions or testimony, and says "For some…