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Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces Reverses Precedent Holding That Retired Sailors and Marines Can Receive a Punitive Discharge at a Court-Martial
Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces Reverses Precedent Holding That Retired Sailors and Marines Can Receive a Punitive Discharge at a Court-Martial

On 19 June 2018, in US v. Dinger, the Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces set aside some previous precedent suggesting that retired members could not receive a punitive discharge at a court-martial. 10 U.S.C § 6332 states that when a member in the Naval Service is placed ...

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