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Blog Posts in July, 2019

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  • Joseph L. Jordan, JD, Recognized for Excellence in Military Law
    Joseph L. Jordan, JD, Recognized for Excellence in Military Law

    LAWTON, OK, July 25, 2019, Joseph L. Jordan, JD, has been included in Marquis Who’s Who. As in all Marquis Who’s Who biographical volumes, individuals profiled are selected on the basis of current ...

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  • Army Court of Criminal Appeals Affirms Bergdahl’s Sentencing for Desertion
    Army Court of Criminal Appeals Affirms Bergdahl’s Sentencing for Desertion

    The Army Court of Criminal Appeals (CCA) recently affirmed the sentencing of Private First Class Bergdahl , who was charged with “desertion with the intent to shirk important service and avoid ...

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  • CAAF Decides U.S. v. Coleman & Reaffirms Definition of Multiplicity
    CAAF Decides U.S. v. Coleman & Reaffirms Definition of Multiplicity

    The United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces (CAAF) recently submitted a unanimous decision to conclude the case of U.S. v. Coleman . The decision itself weighs not just on that particular ...

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  • Navy-Marine Corps CCA Questions Validity of Conviction in Wilson Child Sex Crime Case
    Navy-Marine Corps CCA Questions Validity of Conviction in Wilson Child Sex Crime Case

    The Navy-Marine Corps Court of Criminal Appeals (CCA) recently deemed Colonel Wilson’s child sex abuse conviction to be factually insufficient, with a focus on inconsistent testimonies from the ...

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  • Gallagher Acquitted of Most War Crime Charges After Prosecutorial Tampering
    Gallagher Acquitted of Most War Crime Charges After Prosecutorial Tampering

    Navy Officer Gallagher avoided nearly all charges in his war crimes case, which was complicated by prosecutorial tampering. Although the prosecution’s unusual attempts to spy on the defense was not ...

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