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  • New Investigation Begins for SEAL's Sexual Assault Case
    New Investigation Begins for SEAL's Sexual Assault Case

    In September 2018, the United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces (CAAF) reversed the 2015 sexual assault conviction in the Navy case of U.S. v. Barry . At the time, the reason for the ...

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  • 9th Circuit Upholds the Dismissal of a Discovery Order Challenge Filed by an Alleged Victim
    9th Circuit Upholds the Dismissal of a Discovery Order Challenge Filed by an Alleged Victim

    The 9 th Circuit has upheld the decision of lower courts to dismiss a discovery order challenge originally filed by an alleged victim of sexual assault . The alleged victim had tried to keep her ...

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  • Footballer Bri'onte Dunn Acquitted of Rape Charges, Accuser Falsified Claims
    Footballer Bri'onte Dunn Acquitted of Rape Charges, Accuser Falsified Claims

    Bri’onte Dunn, a former Ohio State running back, was acquitted by a jury of two charges of rape last week. He had been accused by a previous lover of forcing himself upon her, but he denied the ...

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  • Prisoners are Catfishing & Blackmailing Service Members at Alarming Rate
    Prisoners are Catfishing & Blackmailing Service Members at Alarming Rate

    Officials from the United States Armed Forces are reporting an increase in an unusual circumstance among military service members: catfishing and blackmailing carried out by prisoners targeting the ...

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  • U.S. v. Barry Conviction Reversal Raises Questions About Undue Influence
    U.S. v. Barry Conviction Reversal Raises Questions About Undue Influence

    On September 5 th , 2018, the United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces (CAAF) ultimately agreed to reverse the original sexual assault conviction in the Navy case of United States v. Barry ...

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  • Army Seeks Ways to Encourage Male Service Members to File Sexual Assault Reports
    Army Seeks Ways to Encourage Male Service Members to File Sexual Assault Reports

    In a relatively short span of time, the United States Armed Forces has pushed a revitalized campaign to penalize alleged criminal offenders in the ranks. The Air Force Academy added protections for ...

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