Saturday, June 20, 2020

Pending change on factual sufficiency: legislative foul ball?

The Editor has been posting on the factual-sufficiency issue over at CAAFlog. Readers here may find it of interest. This may seem like inside baseball for U.S. military justice, but it's important inside baseball, with real institutional implications. How much will the U.S. system have changed when (not if) the service courts of criminal appeals lose their affirmative duty to review for factual sufficiency?

Comments here are welcome as well. Real names only. (What's the worst thing that could happen to you? Orders to Guam?)

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