Using case law as well as policy documents and key legislation, this book covers a diverse range of legal issues, including constitutional framework, criminal procedure, interrogation and surveillance involving both domestic and involving foreign intelligence subjects, protection and litigation of state secrets and classified information, war powers, civil rights, targeted killings, military justice, international law, detainees, and much more. Designed with the undergraduate student in mind, the text can be used in criminal justice, security studies, and government policy concentrations.
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