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Recent Articles
In Memoriam: Colonel W. Hays Parks
Special Assistant to the Judge Advocate General of the Army W. Hays Parks discusses issues related to the Geneva Convention with reporters at the Pentagon on April 7, 2003. Hays and Ambassador Pierre-Richard Prosper, U.S. ambassador for war crimes issues, briefed reporters on the Convention, the laws of war, the handling of prisoners of war, and war crimes.
June 24, 2021 - In Memoriam: Colonel W. Hays Parks passed away on 11 May 2021

Article 6b Representative
Colorful silhouettes of children's heads. Illustration © iStock.com/smartboy10
May 27, 2021 - This article discusses the statutory guidance for Article 6b representatives, the role of such representatives, practical considerations for appointing designees, and whether the representatives add value.

Confidential Informants
Confidential informant concept illustration.
April 29, 2021 - This article discusses the delicate balance between law enforcement’s interests in protecting the identity of CIs and a military accused’s Constitutional and Statutory rights where “Congress intended more generous discovery to be available for military accused."

Making Your Case with Witness Testimony
Illustration: Witness testimony
March 19, 2021 - Considering the decisive effect witness testimony has on the outcome of a trial, preparing witnesses for testimony and improving direct examination techniques will pay dividends for your case presentation.

Moon Wars
Modified Illustration: Astronaut with flag on the moon © iStock.com/thanaphiphat
March 4, 2021 - Will the Cold War-era Outer Space Treaty survive in the current geopolitical environment? And if not, then what? Does the success of the Artemis Accords point towards further developments in the near future?