In this essay, I will argue that the use of secret procedures and guilt by association in immigration trials is not only unconstitutional but counterproductive. I will begin with a case study, then discuss in turn the practices of secret evidence and guilt by association, and finally conclude with a consideration of how these two tactics perpetuate invidious stereotypes about Arabs and Muslims.
15 J.L. & Religion 267-288 (2001)
Scholarly Commons Citation
Cole, David, "Secrecy, Guilt by Association, and the Terrorist Profile" (2001). Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works. Paper 67.