Several recent counterterrorism measures raise constitutional questions. Discuss the constitutional questions that can reasonably be raised in each situation. What is the probable outcome if the challenge is made? a. Visitors to the United States who hold visas from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Sudan, and Syria will be fingerprinted and photographed. Visitors from other countries will not be unless the immigration service believes they represent a security risk. b. A presidential order allows trials by special military commissions for non-U.S. citizens who are suspected of involvement in international terrorism. c. Police or federal agents eavesdrop on phone calls between detained suspected terrorists and their lawyers without seeking judicial approval.