Joshua Wirtshafter

Seton Hall University, School of Law

One Newark Center

Newark, NJ 07102-5210

United States

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

3

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831

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2

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Scholarly Papers (3)

1.

Uncovering the Cover Ups: Death in Camp Delta

Seton Hall Public Law Research Paper No. 2437423
Number of pages: 66 Posted: 17 May 2014 Last Revised: 19 Jun 2014
Seton Hall University, School of Law, Seton Hall University - School of Law, Seton Hall University, School of Law '14, Seton Hall University, School of Law '15, Seton Hall University, School of Law, Seton Hall University, School of Law '13, Seton Hall University, School of Law '13, Seton Hall University, School of Law '13 and Seton Hall University, School of Law '08
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GTMO, Guantánamo, national security, detainees, suicide, NCIS, DOJ, Death in Camp Delta, cover-ups, cover ups

2.

Costs and Consequences of Arming America's Law Enforcement with Combat Equipment

Seton Hall Public Law Research Paper No. 2492321
Number of pages: 33 Posted: 07 Sep 2014 Last Revised: 13 Nov 2014
Seton Hall University, School of Law, Seton Hall University - School of Law, Seton Hall University - School of Law, Seton Hall University - School of Law, Seton Hall University - School of Law and Seton Hall University, School of Law
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Department of Justice, Homeland Security, Law Enforcement

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Spying on Attorneys at GTMO: Guantanamo Bay Military Commissions and the Destruction of the Attorney-Client Relationship

Number of pages: 23 Posted: 26 Mar 2019
Mark Denbeaux, Adam Kirchner, Joshua Wirtshafter and Joseph Hickman
Seton Hall University, School of Law, Seton Hall University, School of Law '15, Seton Hall University, School of Law and Seton Hall University - Center for Policy & Research
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eavesdropping, surveillance, attorney-client relationship, videotaping, Military Commission, law enforcement, interrogations, U.S. Government, high-value detainees, listening devices