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How the War on Terror Is Being Written
(The New Yorker - April 20, 2019)

Noor Salman Acquitted in Pulse Nightclub Shooting
(New York Times - March 30, 2018)

Malware Guide: "Attacking Government Hacking in Criminal Cases," authored by ACLU, Electronic Frontier Foundation and the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.
Lindsay Lewis is a member of NACDL's Board of Directors and was asked to review and comment on the Guide.
(March, 2017)

The Whole Haystack
(The New Yorker - January 26, 2015)

Iman Accused of Supporting Terrorist Begins Testimony
(New York Law Journal - May 9, 2014)

Eagle Scout. Idealist. Drug Trafficker?
(New York Times - January 18, 2014)

Lawyers Say NSA Eavesdropping on U.S. Citizen May Have Led to Strike
(Reuters - October 5, 2013)

The Dragnet's Day in Court
(Slate - September 30, 2013)

Russell's Lawyer Aims to Help Her Navigate the System
(The Providence Journal - May 15, 2013)

The Spy Who Said Too Much
(The New Yorker - April 1, 2013)

U.S. Assailed on Treatment of Preacher From Britain
(New York Times - December 14, 2012)

Detainees said to be shown photos of C.I.A. agents
(The New York Times - August 21, 2009)

Preemptive Terror Trials: Strike Two
(TIME - December 13, 2007)

No Convictions in Trial Against Muslim Charity
(The New York Times - October 22, 2007)

They Treat a Whistle-Blower Like a Virus
(USA Today - November 24, 2006)

How Judges Punish Defendants for Offenses Unproved in Court
(The Wall Street Journal, September 20, 2004)

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