Month: July 2022

  • Do Not Resuscitate for Military Justice

    There are times when we, as (ethical) military justice practitioners, are compelled to tell would-be clients or even current clients when we should take no further steps on their behalf. All cases ...

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  • Figure It Out for Military Justice

    Few excuses get me fuming as much as “I didn’t know” or “No one told me how to…” Seriously. Figure it out. When I was a brand new military prosecutor in Kaiserslautern, Germany, a Soldier ...

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  • Talking to Each Other for Military Justice

    There is a reason that the Equal Opportunity and Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) processes *encourage* resolution at the lowest level. Many issues arise from a failure to communicate or from ...

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