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  • Army Moves to Court-Martial a Retired General Officer
    Army Moves to Court-Martial a Retired General Officer

    Over the weekend, an Article 32 preliminary hearing was held to consider allegations of rape of a child by retired Army Major General James J. Grazioplene. The retired general is accused of committing ...

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  • Gross Governmental Misconduct Ultimately Harmless in U.S. v. Claxton
    Gross Governmental Misconduct Ultimately Harmless in U.S. v. Claxton

    In the case of U.S. v. Claxton , Air Force Cadet Stephan H. Claxton was convicted of wrongful sexual contact of one alleged victim, attempted abusive sexual contact and assault consummated by a ...

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  • 4th Amendment Violation causes Reversal of US v. Darnell
    4th Amendment Violation causes Reversal of US v. Darnell

    The Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces (CAAF) has reversed the ruling of the Navy-Marine Corps Court of Criminal Appeals (CCA) that originally upheld a conviction in United States v. Darnall . The ...

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  • NMCCA Holds Constitution Can't Require Production of Privileged Records BUT, there are Other Remedies!
    NMCCA Holds Constitution Can't Require Production of Privileged Records BUT, there are Other Remedies!

    A three-judge panel of the Navy-Marine Corp CCA (NMCCA) just granted an alleged victim’s petition for a writ of mandamus in J.M. v. Payton-O’Brien and Ravenscraft . The petition reversed the military ...

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  • Retired Service Members are Still Service Members, Says NMCCA
    Retired Service Members are Still Service Members, Says NMCCA

    The Navy-Marine Corps Court of Criminal Appeals (NMCCA) has reaffirmed through a recent ruling that a military service member never truly retires from the Armed Forces. Through its comments on United ...

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  • New Trial Granted to Air Force Member After Favorable Evidence Appears
    New Trial Granted to Air Force Member After Favorable Evidence Appears

    In Cook v. United States , a panel of three judges representing the Air Force Criminal Court of Appeals (CCA) has chosen to permit a new trial based on the discovery of new evidence that could change ...

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