Military Criminal Justice: Practice and Procedure

ebook Volume 2 · Military Criminal Justice: Practice and Procedure (11)

By David A. Schlueter

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This definitive two-volume treatise is a user-friendly guide through the procedural and substantive rules governing the modern American military criminal justice system. It is designed to assist those who practice military justice, both civilian and military, as well as those studying the military justice system. Regularly cited by courts (including the Supreme Court) and commentators, this book is supported with cites to thousands of cases, statutory provisions, and regulations. For each of the 18 chapters, the authors include a feature not found in any other texts—exhaustive annotated bibliographies—numbering over 1,000 entries. The text, which includes detailed coverage of the recent major changes to the military justice system, addresses virtually every aspect of military criminal law — from arrest to appeal, substantive military crimes, and nonjudicial punishment.

Military Criminal Justice: Practice and Procedure