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An up-to-date archive of major press coverage of CCR's work and opinion pieces. Articles are available either on the original publisher's site or as a PDF.
"The city has agreed to pay $2,007,000 to end a lawsuit brought by 52 people who were swept up in a mass
A federal appeals court in New York will take the unusual step of rehearing Maher Arar's case which it decided in June. Mr. Arar is a CCR client who was detained at Kennedy Airport in…
At least 17 detainees in Guantanamo Bay were subjected to the banned "frequent flyer" treatment where they were moved repeatedly from cell to cell to cause sleep deprivation prior to interrogations, causing concern that clients…
The Center for Constitutional Rights has filed a petition with the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights to investigate the torture that Djamel Ameziane experianced while in US custody. You can access the full article here.
CCR attorney, Shayana Kadidal, comments on the lack of finality and legal significance in the military commission that convicted Salim Ahmed Hamdan. You can access the full article here.
Toto Constant was declared guilty of mortgage fraud, leaving the Center for Constitutional Rights hopeful that convictions for human rights violations will follow. You can access the full article here.
Attorney General Mukasey rejected the request for an investigation into the rendition of Center for Constitutional Rights' client, Maher Arar. You can access the full article here.
After the Center for Constitutional Rights' major victory in Boumediene v. Bush, the Bush administration is trying to prevent the courts from moving forward with the Guantanamo detainees' habeas petitions by getting Congress to involve…
While Attorney General Mukasey wants Congress to establish the rules for the habeas trials of Guantanamo detainees, the Center for Constitutional Rights points out that this is only another diversion that would prevent the courts…
Congress moving to pay stop-loss soldiers extra, but the Center for Constitutional Rights asserts that regardless of the money, the policy goes against the basic theory of contracts. You can access the full article here.