USA: Guantánamo: Military judge to question capital defendants on decision to represent themselves
Five Guantánamo detainees accused of involvement in the attacks of 11 September 2001 in the USA are due to appear in front of a military judge this week. The main issues will be the question of legal representation and the question of a joint trial versus separate trials. The government intends to try the men in a joint trial and to seek the death penalty against them.
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