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The Week of  Sunday, September 14, 2003

Debate: The Patriot Act

Preserving our liberty, or destroying it?

US Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald [Bio] and Chicago-Kent Prof. Douglas Godfrey [Bio]  
to debate opposing views of the USA Patriot Act.

  • When:  Sept. 23, 4 PM
  • Where: Room C-50 (Concourse Level)
  • What:   Debate on the USA Patriot Act
  • Why:    Attorney General John Ashcroft is currently
    touring the nation in support of the Patriot Act.  Around the country,
    people from all quarters are questioning whether this legislation strikes a proper balance between national security and civil liberty. 
    Patrick J. Fitzgerald began serving as the United States Attorney for the Northern District of Illinois on September 1, 2001 and has an impressive record of prosecuting terrorism related cases.  Prof. Douglas Godfrey practices as a criminal defense attorney, is a member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and is on the board of directors for the Illinois Attorneys for Criminal Justice. 

For more information or if you would like to help out, e-mail Steve at: srice@kentlaw.edu

“Those who would trade safety for freedom deserve neither.”
                                                     -
quote attributed to Thomas Jefferson

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