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Fight over the Definition of Reasonable Doubt in the Air Force Headed to the Military's Highest Court
Fight over the Definition of Reasonable Doubt in the Air Force Headed to the Military's Highest Court

As a litigator, I can say that I have memorized the definition of reasonable doubt in each of the branches. Many times I have stood in front of a jury and discussed that definition. Each of the branches has slightly different definitions of reasonable doubt. The definition ...

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Blog posts in June, 2016

  • Victim non-prosecution letters

    It's been a while since I provided an update. Part of the reason is because I've just finished up a lengthy road trip with a number of cases. We ...

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  • SECNAV announces new admin SEP policy for PTSD and TBI

    The Secretary of the Navy has announced a new administrative separation policy for Sailors and Marines with PTSD and TBI. In the past, misconduct ...

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