Evolving military justice analysis and discussion edited by eugene r fidell and dwight h sullivan subject debate has raged over whether the military justice system is foremost a tool to preserve discipline within the armed forces or a means of dispensing justice on a par with civilian criminal justice systems from the dawn of . Co editor eugene r fidell a former coast guard officer and president of the national institute of military justice sees the devolution of power from ad hoc courts martial to military judges as one of the most important developments of the past fifty years and calls for a basic institutional shift in the direction of standing courts martial . Evolving military justice naval institute press this manual contains valuable insight and analysis from a team of experts on the front line of veterans law use their first hand experience fighting for veterans rights and their insiders view of the department of veterans affairs to obtain the benefits your client earned the veterans . Eugene r fidell 2006 guide to the rules of practice and procedure for the united states court of appeals for the armed forces cite journal requires journal eugene r fidell 2002 annotated guide procedures for trials by military commissions of certain non united states citizens in the war against terrorism lexisnexis. Evolving military law sentences and sentencing a presentation by major general george s prugh the judge advocate general united states armyfrom apanel discussion on valuingmilitary law with the judge advocates general at the american bar association meeting honolulu hawaii on august 13 1974
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