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  • CAAF Decision Gives CCA Power to Disapprove Mandatory Minimum Punitive Discharge
    CAAF Decision Gives CCA Power to Disapprove Mandatory Minimum Punitive Discharge

    The United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces (CAAF) has presented its decision for United States v Kelly . The CAAF’s opinion has held that a Court of Criminal Appeals (CCA) has the legal ...

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  • Air Force CCA Decision May Forbid Use of Old Prescription Medication
    Air Force CCA Decision May Forbid Use of Old Prescription Medication

    The Air Force Court of Criminal Appeals (CCA) has recently overruled a decision in United States v. Lancaster that removed punishment from using prescription drugs for any purpose other than the ...

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  • 4th Amendment Violation causes Reversal of US v. Darnell
    4th Amendment Violation causes Reversal of US v. Darnell

    The Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces (CAAF) has reversed the ruling of the Navy-Marine Corps Court of Criminal Appeals (CCA) that originally upheld a conviction in United States v. Darnall . The ...

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  • Conflicts of Interests in U.S. v. Hale Cause Conviction Reversal
    Conflicts of Interests in U.S. v. Hale Cause Conviction Reversal

    The Navy-Marine Corps Criminal Court of Appeals (NMCCA) has reversed multiple serious crime convictions, including rape and kidnapping, following a thorough review of United States v. Hale . The ...

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  • Survey Says Sexual Assault & Misconduct Up at Navy, Army Academies
    Survey Says Sexual Assault & Misconduct Up at Navy, Army Academies

    An anonymous survey reviewed by The Associated Press has uncovered that sexual assault and sexual misconduct reports increased at both the Navy and Army Academies in 2016, compared to a similar report ...

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  • Lack of Probable Cause Reverses Guilty Plea in U.S. v. Nieto
    Lack of Probable Cause Reverses Guilty Plea in U.S. v. Nieto

    The Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces (CAAF) decided the appeal motion for United States v. Nieto recently. The case regarded a military investigator’s search authority and whether or not it could ...

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