Parry, John T.
August 2008
Albany Law Review;2008, Vol. 71 Issue 3, p885
Academic Journal
An essay is presented about the debate on giving warrants for torture in the U.S. Federal officials allegedly explored the legality of using coercive methods in obtaining information about the 9/11 attacks or other terrorist incidents leading to the debate on whether a judge can issue a warrant that would authorize torture. One argument states that abuse is allegedly already existing and the warrant may result in less torture. The opposition states however, that the warrant may encourage abuse further.


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