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Controversy Meets AG's Decision to Move Terrorism Trials to NYC Court

Law professor Joseph Margulies says the city is an appropriate place for the cases to be heard.

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November 16, 2009 | by Brendan Cosgrove

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CHICAGO --- Controversy continues following a decision by Attorney General Eric Holder to bring five defendants accused of involvement in the September 11 terrorist attacks to trial in federal court in New York City as opposed to holding the trials in front of a military commission. Joseph Margulies, professor of law at Northwestern University, discusses the possible implications of having such trials in the city.

Topics: Opinion