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  • CAAF Approves Review of Article 2(a)(3) & Reserve Jurisdiction Problem
    CAAF Approves Review of Article 2(a)(3) & Reserve Jurisdiction Problem

    A reservist of the United States Armed Forces must still comply with the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ), as long as they are performing a duty that directly coincides with their reservist ...

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  • Appellate Court Decision Defines Interrogation Protections for Soldiers
    Appellate Court Decision Defines Interrogation Protections for Soldiers

    The United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces recently ruled in a critical matter of constitutional rights and statutory provisions regarding remaining silent during interrogations. The ...

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  • What Have You Done For Me Lately? Summary of Case Results from 2015
    What Have You Done For Me Lately? Summary of Case Results from 2015

    I wanted to take the opportunity and tell our former and perspective clients a summary of the successes for the Jordan UCMJ Law Group in 2015. Summaries of the below victories can be found on our Case ...

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  • New Pentagon Bill Would Provide Sweeping UCMJ Reform
    New Pentagon Bill Would Provide Sweeping UCMJ Reform

    It's been more than 30 years since there have been any amendments to the Uniform Code of Military Justice. The Department of Defense, however, is now looking to change that with a new bill, the ...

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