My stay in the Pearl of the Antilles was longer than I expected. (Those of you who know what I do for a living and who subscribe to a newspaper or own a television set probably already know why.) But I’m back.
In Saturday’s post, the No Man discussed ACCA’s Etibek decision. ACCA’s web site includes Etibek in its “Published Army Opinions” file, but Etibek, which is labeled a Memorandum Opinion, sure doesn’t look like a published opinion. Perhaps it was uploaded into the wrong location.
In other military justice news, CAAF has released the schedule for its 2007 Judicial Conference, which will be held on 16 and 17 May at Catholic University’s law school. I’ll be speaking about extraordinary writs the second day. The title of my lecture will be: Military writ practice: What still glitters after Goldsmith?