Lee Casey

former staffer, Justice Department

Guest

Attorney with Baker Hostetler in Washington, DC; former staffer in Office of Legal Counsel (1992-1993) and the Office of Legal Policy (1986-1990) at the US Department of Justice

Lee Casey on KCRW

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In America's first war crimes trial since World War II, a military court delivered a split verdict today.

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As the White House, Congress and US Supreme Court debate the rights of prisoners during the so-called "war on terror," an original copy of the document that established such rights is…

The Magna Carta Goes on Sale

As the White House, Congress and US Supreme Court debate the rights of prisoners during the so-called "war on terror," an original copy of the document that established such rights is…

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