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Recommitting to the Rule of Law Article

Recommitting to the Rule of Law

CAPAF's Mark Agrast testifies to the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on the Constitution about how to restore the rule of law after eight years of the Bush administration.

Mark Agrast

Supreme Court Strikes a Blow for Liberty Article
Attorney David Remes, left, accompanied by Vincent Warren, Executive director of the Center for Constitutional Rights, speak to reporters outside the Supreme Court when the court heard arguments in <i>Boumediene v. Bush</i> back in December. (AP/Lawrence Jackson)

Supreme Court Strikes a Blow for Liberty

Today’s decision in Boumediene v. Bush has reaffirmed one of the most ancient rights known to our civilization, writes Mark Agrast.

Mark Agrast

Endgame Article

Endgame

Mark Agrast writes that House leaders have proposed a responsible compromise on intelligence surveillance. Again.

Mark Agrast

Ending Torture: CIA Tapes Spur House Action Article

Ending Torture: CIA Tapes Spur House Action

The House of Representatives passes comprehensive torture ban after CIA tape scandal. The Senate must follow swiftly, writes Mark Agrast.

Mark Agrast

Not the Right Choice Article

Not the Right Choice

Mark Agrast on why Mukasey is not the right choice for attorney general.

Mark Agrast

Evaluating Bush’s Pick for Attorney General Article

Evaluating Bush’s Pick for Attorney General

Mark Agrast argues that the Senate must carefully consider whether Bush's pick for attorney general will restore integrity to the Justice Department.

Mark Agrast

Over-Classified and Pseudo-Classified Article

Over-Classified and Pseudo-Classified

Agrast testifies to Congress on making the DHS the gold standard for designating classified and sensitive information.

Mark Agrast

Reining in Warrantless Searches Article

Reining in Warrantless Searches

Mark Agrast and Peter Swire detail why Congress should provide reasonable limits to warrantless searches by the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Mark Agrast, Peter Swire

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