State Secrets, Court Packing, and Workplace Vaccination Mandates
In this week's Debriefing the Law, Joel and Chris cover the "state secrets" in question around the Abu Zubaydah case that went before the Supreme Court this month. Zubayah was assumed to be close with Osama bin Laden and underwent torturous interrogation techniques. The Guantanamo Bay detainee has requested information about his interrogation treatment, and the Court is weighing in on whether the federal government can shield that information from him to protect privileged information. Next, they cover the topic of court packing and the politics of confirmation proceedings. Then, Joel and Chris talk about the legality of firing someone over workplace mandates for vaccinations.
In Courtroom Quarterback (beginning at minute 35:00), they revisit the "best coach" conversation. Then, they cover the recent and upcoming games and make their picks.
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