So, the military tribunal or civilian court systems are the two options. And, comparing their records, I think it is clear what should be the preferred option.
Excerpted from “Terrorism Fight Creates Battle Over Prosecution” By SCOTT SHANE, The New York Times, Published: February 11, 2010
In eight years, the Bush administration said it had obtained at least 319 convictions in “terrorism or terrorism-related” cases in the civilian justice system, according to a Justice Department budget document. …
Meanwhile, at Guantánamo, just three men were convicted by military commissions, largely because the tribunals drew countless legal challenges. Two of the three men convicted, including Mr. Hicks, are now free.