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Jonathan Hafetz

Jonathan Hafetz directs litigation for the Liberty and National Security Project of the Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law. He is the author of a forthcoming book on post-9/11 detentions, to be published by NYU Press.


  • Law June 12, 2008

    Supreme Court Deals Death Blow to Gitmo

    The Supreme Court delivers a dramatic blow to the President's lawless detention policies, overturns an effort by the previous Congress to eliminate the right of habeas corpus and sounds the death knell for Guantánamo Bay prison.

    Jonathan Hafetz

  • Law February 22, 2007

    Justice Perverted

    Unless the Supreme Court or Congress intervenes, an appeals court ruling this week on Guantánamo detainees opens the door to a global detention system where people can be moved like pawns in a perversion of American justice.

    Jonathan Hafetz

  • Law January 11, 2007

    Gitmo Turns Five

    It's been five years since the first prisoners arrived at the US Naval base at Guantánamo. Will the new Congress undo the damage?

    Jonathan Hafetz

  • Law October 9, 2006

    No Blank Checks on Torture

    As the fight against the Administration's policies on torture and the terror detainees shifts to the Supreme Court, there is reason to be confident that the Justices will again rein in Bush's power grab.

    Jonathan Hafetz