COPYRIGHT YEAR

2009

AUTHORS

Brent L. Smith, Kelly R. Damphousse, Christopher A. Shields

TITLE

How 9/11 Changed the Prosecution of Terrorism

ABSTRACT

September 11 impacted U.S. counterterrorism policy in several key areas, and through the end of 2008 it continues to do so. Policy changes implemented after the attack had a dramatic impact on how the federal government investigates and prosecutes those suspected of engaging in terrorism. Perhaps the most profound policy change occurred when the United States redirected its domestic antiterrorism policy from its earlier focus of infiltrating and beheading terrorist organizations to the more proactive goals of intercepting and disrupting terrorist groups before their members could successfully launch attacks. That change resulted in a dramatic increase in the number of cases the government prosecuted after 9/11. The shift also changed the types of cases the government prosecuted and, ostensibly, its success in gaining convictions.

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