The Habeas Corpus Act was passed by the British Parliament in 1679. It is a writ which requires a person detained by the authorities be brought before a court of law so that the legality of the detention may be examined.
WHY is it being deliberately DISREGARDED in the case of Marian Price?
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- Demystifying the Law: Habeas Corpus (blogs.lawyers.com)
- Secret court proposals ‘threaten habeas corpus’ (guardian.co.uk)
- Chomsky: The Most Powerful Country in History Is Destroying the Earth and Human Rights as We Know Them (alternet.org)
- Federal judge rejects new restrictions on Guantanamo detainees’ access to counsel (jurist.org)