Due Process

Habeas Now

Special | 26m 47s

The Great Writ of Habeas Corpus. The Constitution says it must be honored except to protect the public safety during rebellion or invasion. But Lincoln suspended it during the Civil War; George W. Bush did the same in the post-9/11 War on Terror. On this edition of Due Process, the status of Habeas Now. Studio Guests: Seton Hall Law Professors Jonathan Hafetz and Mark Denbeaux.

Aired: 10/13/12

Rating: NR

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