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Law of Lawyering
Supreme Court Review

Cases tagged as: decision against academic amicus brief

Ashcroft v. al-Kidd

131 S. Ct. 2074 (2011) (PDF)

The Court found that then-Attorney General Ashcroft was entitled to qualified immunity in the use of the federal material witness warrant as a tool for preventative detention and investigation of terrorist suspects.

Related tag(s): 2010 Term, academic amicus brief filed, decision against academic amicus brief, decision in favor of academic amicus brief, qualified immunity,


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