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Knowing when to revoke consent to a search - court of appeals for the armed forces overturns conviction in Hoffman
Knowing when to revoke consent to a search - court of appeals for the armed forces overturns conviction in Hoffman

Yesterday, the Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces overturned a conviction in a case that a friend of the firm - and talented trial attorney - litigated at trial. The case was US v. Hoffman. You can read the opinion here . It is refreshing to see CAAF reverse a conviction ...

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Blog posts in February, 2016

  • Judicial Proceedings Panel on Article 120, UCMJ Released

    The annual rite of proposing ways to change military sexual assault law was released recently in the form of the Judicial Proceedings Panel on Article ...

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  • The legality of command urinalysis tests

    In the last week, we’ve received multiple phone calls from service members with questions about the legality of a urinalysis. This post will shed some ...

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  • Personal appearances before the air force discharge review board

    Most people going through the discharge review have a lot of questions. The Air Force Discharge Review Board process can be difficult. The process is ...

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  • What is titling?

    Titling. What is it? We receive phone calls with regularity from Soldiers who have been titled as the subjects in investigations. ​This blog entry ...

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  • Appealing Navy Adverse Fitness Reports

    With downsizing over the last few years, rich retirement benefits, and increasing competitiveness, sometimes it makes economic sense to retain counsel ...

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  • Attacking Article 133 - Conduct Unbecoming Charges - on Constitutional Grounds

    We recently had a successful result when a judge dismissed Article 133 - Conduct Unbecoming charges in an officer general court-martial. As a matter ...

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  • Current Insights on the Army Discharge Review Board

    Mr. Conway finished two Army Discharge Review Board hearings today. I've always written that success before the ADRB can be highly personality driven. ...

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  • Marijuana detection windows

    Here is some background information on marijuana. Keep in mind things like frequency of use, hydration, quantity, and type can all affect detection ...

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  • Family Advocacy and the Central Registry Board

    We regularly receive phone calls from concerned service members with questions about the Family Advocacy Program and Central Registry Board. I ...

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