In the Media

Law Society criticises terror law

PUBLISHED January 24, 2005

Lawyers have attacked the government's anti-terror laws as nine men remain indefinitely in prison without charge.

The Law Society, which represents 90,000 solicitors in England and Wales, said it wanted ministers to "resolve the plight" of the men.
The nine have been in prison in Belmarsh and Whitemoor for three years without charge or trial.