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  • More Brass & Senior Civilians Accused of Sexual Misbehavior Than Ever
    More Brass & Senior Civilians Accused of Sexual Misbehavior Than Ever

    Pentagon officials have recently reported that complaints filed against military brass – or commissioned officers – and senior civilian officials for sexual misconduct are on a noticeable rise. ...

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  • Drill Sergeants at Fort Benning Suspending for Suspected Sexual Assault
    Drill Sergeants at Fort Benning Suspending for Suspected Sexual Assault

    A female trainee at Fort Benning in western Georgia has accused a drill sergeant of sexual assault. In response, the Army’s Criminal Investigation Command and the Maneuver Center of Excellence has ...

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  • Reversal of U.S. v. Hendrix Conviction
    Reversal of U.S. v. Hendrix Conviction

    In the Army case of United States v. Hendrix , the court initially decided to convict Specialist (E-4) Austin L. Hendrix of one specification of sexual abuse of a child. However, The U.S. Court of ...

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  • A Third FACA Committee Created Oversee Military Justice Regarding Sex Crimes
    A Third FACA Committee Created Oversee Military Justice Regarding Sex Crimes

    The Federal Advisory Committee Act (FACA) has added a third committee to its number of federal advisory groups, the Defense Advisory Committee on Investigation, Prosecution, and Defense of Sexual ...

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  • MRE 414 in Child Molestation Cases & How It Impacted U.S. v. Fetrow
    MRE 414 in Child Molestation Cases & How It Impacted U.S. v. Fetrow

    In the average criminal defense case, one can expect that the defendant will be tried based only on evidence pertinent to the crime immediately in question. That is to say, for example, someone being ...

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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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