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whitepaperProposedAmendUCMJ2013Schlueter.pdf
This white page addresses the proposed amendments to the Uniform Code of Military Justice and recommends that they not be adopted.

STMU_HomecomingCLE2013Schlueter.pdf
Recent Texas, and some federal cases, addressing the admissibility of lay and opinion testimony in both civil and criminal cases in Texas will be examined. The respective roles of the trial judge, the proponent and the opponent in dealing with…

STMU_HomecomingCLE2011Schlueter.pdf
Explore recent Texas, and some federal cases, addressing the admissibility of lay and opinion testimony in both civil and criminal cases, as well as the respective roles of the trial judge, the proponent and the opponent in dealing with opinion…

133MilLRev1.pdf
The Kenneth J. Hodson Chair of Criminal Law was established at The Judge Advocate General’s School on June 24, 1971. The chair was named after Major General Hodson, who served as The Judge Advocate General from 1967to 1971. General Hodson retired…

215MilLRev1.pdf
Notwithstanding this language in the MCM, there is an ongoing debate over the relationship between justice and discipline the military. This article explores that debate. Part II provides a brief summary of how the military justice system works, as a…

87MilLRev129.pdf
In this article, Captain (P) Schlueter describes the development of the legal tribunal known as the court-martial. Beginning with the use of this form of trial in the armies of imperial Rome two thousand years ago, the author traces its evolution…

77MilLRev1.pdf
This article examines the diverse views, the resulting problems, and the feasibility of a uniform approach to enlistments. The inquiry begins with an historical analysis of the soldier-state relationship.

Oct1988ArmyLawyer10.pdf
Unfortunately, aside from Supreme Court dicta and several state court decisions, there is little guidance in the use of fingerprints of army personnel not taken due to suspicion but instead taken because the person was physically stationed near a…

Nov1974ArmyLawyer21.pdf
Continuing· Legal Education: A New Twist. The legal profession finds itself being constantly bombarded with new ideas, new approaches to the law and endless new twists in applying· previously unassailed precedents. The JAG Lawyer is not immune. And…

May1980ArmyLawyer35.pdf
Questions raised should be examined in the light of three controlling principles which potentially apply in any case involving bodily evidence: (1) The right against self-incrimination;(2) fourth amendment protections; and (3) due process…

Jan1979ArmyLawyer5.pdf
Enlistments continue to generate judicial and administrative interest. Over the past few years the topic has been raised in a variety of forums and forms; in some instances the law of enlistments has been refined and questions answered. But in other…

Dec1979ArmyLawyer3.pdf
In October 1979, Congress exercised its "constitutional duty" -its long-recognized powers of control of the armed forces. It amended Article 2 the Uniform Code of Military Justice to provide for court-martial jurisdiction over a wide range of…

April1980ArmyLawyer1.pdf
Several significant developments in the law of military interrogations warrant an examination of a military suspect's rights to counsel. First, a series of Court of Military Appeals decisions within the last year or so have either clarified or…

73JCrimLAndCriminology74.pdf
The historical limitation on the jurisdiction of courts-martial, which is solely criminal in nature, has been based in large part upon concern for overreach of military control, fear of unnecessary deprivation of constitutional protections for…
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