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Mr. Pristera argues us v. Cook at the air force court of criminal appeals - ineffective assistance of counsel and new trials at issue
Mr. Pristera argues us v. Cook at the air force court of criminal appeals - ineffective assistance of counsel and new trials at issue

On November 17, 2016, Mr. Pristera argued the case of United States v. Cook on appeal at the United States Air Force Court of Criminal Appeals. The unique appeal presented diametrically opposing positions where Mr. Pristera had to concurrently argue for a new trial based on ...

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  • Mr. Pristera argues us v. Cook at the air force court of criminal appeals - ineffective assistance of counsel and new trials at issue

    On November 17, 2016, Mr. Pristera argued the case of United States v. Cook on appeal at the United States Air Force Court of Criminal Appeals. The ...

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  • 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 ...

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