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Military Justice and Discipline – The purpose of military law is to promote justice, to assist in maintaining good order and discipline in the armed forces, to promote efficiency and effectiveness in the military establishment, and thereby strengthen national security
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Article 6b Representative

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May. 27, 2021

This article discusses the statutory guidance for Article 6b representatives, the role of such...
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Confidential Informants

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Apr. 29, 2021

This article discusses the delicate balance between law enforcement’s interests in protecting the identity of...
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Making Your Case with Witness Testimony

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Mar. 19, 2021

Considering the decisive effect witness testimony has on the outcome of a trial, preparing witnesses for...
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Show Me The Money

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Feb. 11, 2021

While the Right to Financial Privacy Act (RFPA) used to be inapplicable to military practice, this article...
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Peru’s Transition to an Adversarial Military Jus...

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Jan. 14, 2021

We sometimes take for granted how well our justice system works and what it means to have a fully functional...
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Admitting Hearsay

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Sep. 14, 2020

This article summarizes the Air Force’s current guidance with respect to the admission of hearsay at...
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The Procedural Guide

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Jun. 05, 2020

The procedural guide is an important step in the triggering of legal ramifications for both the accused and...
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Avoiding Voir Dire Pitfalls

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Dec. 05, 2019

This article will provide guidance and some best practices you can employ when preparing for voir dire in the...
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Administrative Investigations and Non-judicial P...

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May. 23, 2019

Intended to be an initial reference when conducting investigations or shepherding NJPs in a joint environment...
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R.C.M. 905(e)’s New, Incomprehensible Standard

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May. 09, 2019

This article examines the historical context of R.C.M. 905, its newly enacted standard, and recommends changes...
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“Why We Fight”

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Apr. 25, 2019

What good is being a subject matter expert in the administration of military justice if you cannot convince...
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Military Sexual Assault Testimony

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Mar. 28, 2019

The following describes a specific case where the federal officer removal statute was implicated through the...
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How to Achieve Success in Federal Magistrate Court

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Jan. 23, 2019

Beyond the relevant AFI, there is little Air Force guidance available to JAGs on the administration and...
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Fighter Feedback

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Nov. 28, 2018

Pilots use the post-sortie debrief as an immediate opportunity to draw out errors that occurred during the...
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The Court-Martial of Private Vasily Shabunin

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Oct. 24, 2018

By the summer of 1866, Leo Tolstoy had been working on his titanic novel, War and Peace, for three years...
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