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Congress Trying Desperately to Prove that Males in the Military Sexually Assault Each Other

Using a flawed survey with an incredibly small pool of soldiers to begin with and grossly misused statistics, the GAO, the investigative arm of congress, …

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GAO Believes Male on Male Sexual Assault in the Military is a Prevalent Problem

After conducting a logically faulty survey based on hypothetical scenarios and hearsay, the GAO has come to the conclusion that male on male sexual assault in …

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Government Accountability Office Uses a Hypothetical Scenario and Hearsay to Support their Claims

Jun 15, 2015In a survey attempting to point out the supposed prevalence of male on male sexual assault in the military, the Government Accountability Office presented …

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The Difference Between Hazing and Sexual Assault

In the military, both hazing and sexual assault are against the law. Unfortunately, incidents that would once be considered hazing are now being wrongfully lumped into the …

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Kyle Fischer Concerned About the Future of Court-Martial Proceedings

In the wake of Congress eliminating the “good soldier” defense from court-martial hearings, Kyle Fischer, a former Army lawyer, expressed his concern about the direction …

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Washington Post Admits that Military Sexual Assault Statistics are Skewed

In an article talking about the prevalence of male on male sexual assault in the military, an issue that is without a doubt blown out …

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The Difference Between Military and Civilian Law

In the 1998 court-martial of Sergeant Major of the Army Gene McKinney, McKinney’s defense lawyer, Charles Gittins, pointed out the true difference between using integrity …

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Sen. Claire McCaskill Doesn’t Understand the “Good Soldier” Defense

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Court Martial Convening Orders

In United States v. Gudger, No. 200900414, 2010 WL 381118 (N-M. Ct. Crim. App. Feb. 4, 2010) (unpublished), review denied, 69 M.J. 189 M-27 (C.A.A.F. …

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The Value of a “Good Soldier”

In a profession where your every action and decision is watched and recorded, where honor and moral conduct are of the highest importance, it is …

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Congress Further Restricts Military Defense Lawyers

In a sexual assault case where there is little to no forensic evidence or witnesses, the case often comes down to little more than the word of …

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Noel Tipon Weighs in on Bergdahl Case

Bowe Bergdahl, who has been charged of desertion for walking off his post in Afghanistan in 2009, appears unlikely to receive the death penalty for …

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UCMJ Fraternization: What are the Penalties?

When you are employed in the military, there are many additional rules and regulations that you must follow that civilians are not privy to. One …

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Why Hire a Civilian Attorney?

When you are facing court martial, it means that you have been accused of a crime by either civilian or military standards. In such a …

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Military Law: What is Insubordination?

Feb 12, 2015The military has a strict sense of organization that allows everyone to recognize who their subordinates and superiors are. This chain of command …

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