Have no aspirations to do something like this, but I'm curious:
http://www.nytimes.com/2011/05/10/world ... el.html?hp
In revealing additional details about planning for the mission, senior officials also said that two teams of specialists were on standby: One to bury Bin Laden if he was killed, and a second composed of lawyers, interrogators and translators in case he was captured alive.
DoJ, I'd think. Specifically National Security Division. Maybe military, DoD guys, though.
Issues on capture:
1) What JDX('s)
2) Status of Bin Laden
3) Int'l agreements on extradition/rendition
4) A whole 'nother clusterfuck of issues...not a whole lot of case law on this one.
It's better to avoid all the law and go with the nice policy argument: guy who flaunts his (a) history of murdering and (b) ability to murder Americans --> dead guy who used to flaunt his (a) history of murdering and (b) ability to murder Americans.