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The Petition of the Month for January 2013
The Supreme Court Press “Petition of the Month”TM for December 2013 is Hedges et al. v. Obama et al.. Supreme Court Dkt. No. 13-758, an appeal coming out of the 2nd Circuit from attorneys Bruce Afran and Carl Mayer.
Does the Second Circuit opinion overturning the District Court (that had held a law permitting the military to indefinitely detain Americans is unconstitutional) depart from this Court's prior holdings on First Amendment standing in "fearbased" or "chilling effect" cases, so that absent review, United States citizens, legal residents and other persons are threatened with indefinite military detention, thereby infringing their First and Fifth Amendment rights? [ . . . ] To the extent that the Second Circuit opinion holds that Korematsu is among the “existing law and authorities” under § 1021(e) that relate to military detention of citizens and legal residents, should Korematsu be overruled?