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Blog Posts in April, 2019

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  • How to Avoid the Minefields of Military Justice Issue 1 - Article 31b
    How to Avoid the Minefields of Military Justice Issue 1 - Article 31b

    Article 31b – Compulsory Self-incrimination Prohibited For some odd reason, when young Servicemembers come under investigation, they feel they need to talk. I guess it’s not odd. It is the military. ...

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  • CAAF Makes It Easier for Criminal Evidence to Be Taken in Unlawful Searches & Seizures
    CAAF Makes It Easier for Criminal Evidence to Be Taken in Unlawful Searches & Seizures

    In the recent decision of United States v. Perkins , originating from the United States Marine Corps, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces (CAAF) has realigned how criminal evidence can and ...

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  • Sexual Assault Involving Nonconsensual Sexual Activity is a General Intent Crime, U.S. v. McDonald
    Sexual Assault Involving Nonconsensual Sexual Activity is a General Intent Crime, U.S. v. McDonald

    The United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces (CAAF) recently decided United States v. McDonald , an Army case involving a service member accused of sexual assault . The case’s conclusion is ...

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