|Occupation||lawyer, Captain (USN)|
|Known for||Presiding over a Guantanamo military commission|
Moira Modzelewski is an American lawyer and Captain in the United States Navy. Modzelewski is notable for her appointment to serve as the Presiding Officer over Noor Uthman Muhammaed's Guantanamo military commission.
|B.A.||1980||University of Virginia||Chinese Studies|
|J.D.||1985||University of Virginia||Law|
|1985||Naval Justice School||Law|
Her most recent appointment was to serve as a Presiding Officer in Guantanamo. In April 2010 she predicted she would require a year to review the secret evidence against Noor.
- "CAPTAIN MOIRA MODZELEWSKI, JAGC, USN" (PDF). United States Department of Defense. Retrieved 2010-04-08. mirror
- Carol Rosenberg (2010-04-08). "Judge says she needs year to sort through evidence". Miami Herald. Retrieved 2010-04-08. mirror
- "2 SEALs arraigned in detainee abuse case". Military learning center. December 2009. Retrieved 2010-03-16. mirror