We previously discussed NMCCA’s published opinion in United States v. Weston, 65 M.J. 774 (N-M. Ct. Crim. App. 2007), here. Weston is a competing consent doctrine search and seizure case that ended well for the appellant. The scuttlebutt is that NMCCA will hear the case en banc in a “Project Outreach” argument at one of the law schools in D.C. with “George” in its name. Does anyone know which one?