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  • Spy Software Allegedly Used On SEAL’s Defense Team by Military Prosecutors
    Spy Software Allegedly Used On SEAL’s Defense Team by Military Prosecutors

    The military criminal defense case of Navy SEAL and Special Operations Chief Edward Gallagher has been complicated from the start. He stands accused of multiple charges surrounding the death of an ...

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  • Airman Convicted of Obscene Communications, CAAF Affirms 1st Amendment Not Violated
    Airman Convicted of Obscene Communications, CAAF Affirms 1st Amendment Not Violated

    The Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces (CAAF) recently decided upon the Air Force case of U.S. v. Meakin , in which the defendant was convicted of “conduct unbecoming an officer and a gentleman” — ...

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  • How to Avoid the Minefields of Military Justice – Issue 2 – Alcohol – Have a Plan
    How to Avoid the Minefields of Military Justice – Issue 2 – Alcohol – Have a Plan

    Alcohol – Have a Plan Alcohol seems to be the root of all evils in the military. Is it though? I don’t know. There are always those individuals who just can’t handle their liquor. Alcohol permeates ...

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  • Trump Pardons Army Ranger Convicted of Murdering Iraqi Detainee
    Trump Pardons Army Ranger Convicted of Murdering Iraqi Detainee

    President Donald Trump has recently pardoned former Army lieutenant Michael Behenna, who was serving a 25-year sentence for a conviction of unpremeditated murder in a combat zone originating from a ...

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