Friday, August 15, 2014

Should this case be tried in civilian court (another in the series)?

This news account tells us that an Article 32, UCMJ, investigation is going to be conducted in a case in which a soldier is alleged to have fired a shot at a civilian with no defense connection on a basketball court in an off-base housing area that is patrolled by military police. What do you think: should this case be in the military justice system or should it be handled by the local civilian prosecutor?

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