The Supreme Court steps into the controversy over military tribunals for terrorism suspects being held at Guantanamo. The high court agreed to decide a case involving Osama Bin Laden's former driver. Experts and guests debate whether the use of such tribunals for foreign detainees is constitutional.
Scott Silliman, law professor at the Duke University School of Law; specializes in military law and national security; former military prosecutor -- retired in 1993 after 25 years in the Air Force
Neal Katyal, counsel for detainee Salim Hamdan, former driver to Osama bin Laden; law professor at Georgetown University
John Einwechter, retired Army Lieutenant Colonel, and former military prosecutor; now a lawyer in private practice in Washington, D.C.