The United States has published multiplied lists of the habeas corpus petitions filed on behalf of detainees apprehended in the course of its War on Terror. It was the position of the Bush Presidency that none of these detainees were entitled to have writs of habeas corpus considered by the US Justice system. But some jurists differed. And several habeas corpus cases have been considered by the United States Supreme Court, or are scheduled to be considered by the Supreme Court.
Lists of habeas petitions filed on behalf of War on Terror detainees Wikipedia
The Bush Presidency argued that Guantanamo detainees who have been repatriated from Guantanamo should have their cases dismissed as moot. The determination that these detainees were "enemy combatants" remain in effect.