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    50th Anniversary of the Uniform Code of Military Justice

    On the 50th anniversary of the Uniform Code of Military Justice, court judges and others commemorated the anniversary. They described about the history of the code and it purpose. Judge…

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    U.S. and U.K. Judicial Reform

    Two teams of legal experts from the U.K. and the U.S. debated judicial reform and some of the different legal issues practiced in each country. By audience count, the British team won one…

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    U.S. v. Maxwell Oral Arguments

    Oral arguments were heard in U.S. v. Maxwell, a military case dealing with the right to privacy in the computer age. The defendant argued that his privacy was violated while using e-mail on…

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    U.S.-England Jury Reform Debate

    Following introductory remarks by Justice Kennedy, a team of British judges debated a U.S. team on the question of which country has the better jury system. There were several segments of…

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    U.S. v. Curtis

    The U.S. Court of Appeals for the armed forces heard the appeal of the death sentence in U.S. v. Curtis. The hearing involved the death sentence of Lance Corporal Ronnie Curtis, who was…

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    Immunity in Tailhook Trial

    Prosecuting and defense attorneys argued before the U.S. Court of Military Appeals in a case concerning a U.S. naval officer who claims full immunity for comments made to prosecutors…

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    Tailhook Scandal

    Mr. Fidele discussed some of the details surrounding the Tailhook incident and an apparent immunity disagreement under consideration in the U.S. Military Court of Appeals.

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    Four Toughest Questions in Military Justice

    Retired Air Force Judge Kastl addressed the Annual Judicial Conference of the U.S. Court of Military Appeals on “The Four Toughest Questions in Military Justice.” Judge Kastl reflected on…

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    Military Justices Swearing-In Ceremony

    In a ceremony, three new justices were sworn in for the U.S. Military Court of Appeals. Prior to the ceremony, John Jenkins was interviewed.

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    U.S. v. Curtis

    The U.S. Court of Military Appeals heard arguments in the case U.S. v. Curtis, a case involving the death penalty sentence in military courts. In the case, a Marine was convicted of murder and…

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    Desert Storm: Legal Questions and Answers

    Colonel Green, legal counsel to the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, spoke at a judicial conference at the U.S. Military Court of Appeals on legal issues brought up during the Persian Gulf…

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    Media and the Courtroom

    Mr. Dyk, attorney and legal scholar, discussed legal ethics in the use of television in the courtroom. Mr. Dyk advocated the use of electronic media to record courtroom proceedings, saying…

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    U.S. v. Curtis: Oral Arguments

    The court heard oral arguments in the case of U.S. v. Curtis. Lance Cpl. Ronnie Curtis was sentenced to death in a military trial for stabbing to death a superior officer and the officer’s…

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    Homosexuals in the Military

    Panelists discussed the Department of Defense policy on homosexuality in the military.

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    U.S. v. Curtis: Presentation of Briefs

    The U.S. Court of Military Appeals heard oral presentations in the case of U.S. v. Curtis from organizations which have filed briefs in the case. Presentations came from a number of…

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    U.S. Legal Institutions

    Mr. Starr spoke broadly about legal institutions in the U.S.

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    U.S. v. Brian Reichenbach

    Cameras are permitted in the courtroom during this oral argument in a drug testing case.

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    Journalism & Public Trials

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    U.S. Court of Military Appeals

    Topics included recent developments in the U.S. Supreme Court and the professional responsibilities of military judges.

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