Very Best Court Guidelines For Bush Officers In Publish-11Th Of September Suit

“If the facts alleged in the complaint are true, then what happened to respondents in the days following September 11 was tragic,” Justice Kennedy wrote.
“The stakes on both sides of the argument are far higher than in past cases the court has considered,” Justice Kennedy wrote.
The answer to that question, Justice Kennedy wrote, was no.
“In such circumstances,” he wrote, “courts have more time to exercise such judicial virtues as calm reflection and dispassionate application of the law to the facts.
In general, Justice Kennedy wrote, there were competing interests in the case.

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