Judge weighs how to keep Guantánamo’s 9/11 trial on track

James P. Harrington, one of the defense lawyers in the Guantánamo hearings, has requested that he be relieved from the case due to health concerns. The 75-year-old  lawyer’s request has been opposed by a prosecutor, as no medical emergency has occurred, saying that his departure could lead to his client being tried separately from the other defendants, delaying proceedings even more, reports Carol Rosenberg for the NY Times.

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