[JURIST] Lawyers for Osama bin Laden's driver are seeking a delay today in his scheduled pretrial hearing before a US military commission at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Salim Ahmed Hamdan, who drove the al-Qaida leader, is charged with conspiracy. His military-appointed attorney, Lt. Cmdr. Charlie Swift, has filed a federal lawsuit arguing that the military commissions set up by the Defense Department to try suspected terrorists are not legal and have no jurisdiction to try Hamdan. Swift and other defense attorneys have argued that there are many problems with the commissions, including vague rules, no specific appeal process, and no clear rules of evidence; Swift has asked that Hamdan's hearing be delayed until civilian courts rule on the legality of the commissions and their procedures. AP has more.