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Wed Oct 10, 2012, 03:36 PM

4. The procedural hurdles? You mean like the one where the court in question has no jurisdiction?

 

Center for Constitutional Rights attorney Shayana Kadidal had barely started his opening arguments about the public's hunger for more information on the case when one of the judges interrupted him.

"Counsel, how do we have the jurisdiction over this matter?" Judge Margaret Ryan asked.

Kadidal appeared unprepared to answer, noting that the matter had not been disputed.

"It certainly wasn't challenged by the government," he replied.


That's the kind of question one must have an answer to, at the ready. You don't have jurisdiction, the case goes no where.



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