Friday, June 20, 2014

Another review of military justice legislation, but at the state level

With all the reviews of United States military justice underway (click here for a catalog), it's easy to overlook the fact that the several states also have military justice systems that may be in need of study. The Georgia State Senate, for example, has created a three-member committee to study the state's Code of Military Justice. According to this article the Marietta Daily Journal, the committee will
examine the law’s ability to facilitate force integration and interoperability, prepare members being called to federal status to meet their responsibilities and uphold the standards required under the federal Uniform Code of Military Justice.
The committee will report by December 1. 

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