The United States has not learned from Snowden and Manning.
The Pentagon brass have defeated a supermajority coalition in Congress.
An Army appellate court has rejected an appeal filed by Bowe Bergdahl that argued that the President’s attacks on him while a candidate unfairly influenced his court martial.
Can the commander-in-chief’s tweets be unlawful command influence?
In military justice Bizarroland, Rep Duncan Hunter intentionally commits “reverse UCI.”
A military judge has rejected a motion to dismiss the case against Bowe Bergdahl based on comments made by Donald Trump when he was a candidate for President.
Could Donald Trump’s comments about Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl on the campaign trail lead to the case against Bergdahl being dismissed? A military judge will have to decide.
In which I change my mind on an important topic.
There’s essentially no analogue in the civilian justice system. Here’s why.
The President’s well-intentioned campaign against military sex crimes has backfired.
Barring shocking developments, General Joe Dunford will be the 36th Commandant of the Marine Corps.
President Obama is rightly outraged by a wave of sexual assaults in the military. He unwittingly made them harder to prosecute.
Did President Obama’s comments about taking a tough stand on military sexual assault constitute “undue influence” on specific cases? One military judge says that they did.