Latest "military justice" stories
The court found that a top Marine lawyer made "threatening" statements that sabotaged any chance for a fair trial.
The military does not have trial-level standing courts, but the actual trial proceeding progresses independently and autonomously once a commander does convene a court-martial.
By Brian L. Cox
Sexual assault is a crime that does not pertain to military service, and thus should not be left in the hands of commanders, writes the author of this commentary.
By Erin Scanlon
If the annual defense policy bill doesn't pass, neither will sweeping changes to how military sexual assault cases are handled.