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Marine investigators rifle through scores of defense files

A common canon of jurisprudence under both American civilian and military law is the confidentiality attached to information exchanged between a criminal suspect and his or her attorney when the latter has been retained in the capacity of legal advocate.

Military crime stats point to need for strong defense counsel

Officials from the United States Coast Guard recently released so-called “discipline statistics” related to courts-martial verdicts and other forms of administered punishment handed out to members of that military service branch during the second half of last year.

Bill seeks to amend state's military law in sexual assault cases

Military law seeks justice for both alleged victims of crimes and those accused of committing them. The foundations of such law are centuries old, and the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) established by Congress that has been operative for many decades renders the application of justice consistent across all military branches.

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