Here is a link to an Air Force Times article about Col. Murphy’s conviction by members on Wednesday. As reported,
A jury of officers convicted Col. Michael D. Murphy of three counts of conduct unbecoming an officer and a gentleman, one count of failing to obey a lawful order and three counts of larceny related to travel expenses for teaching engagements outside the service.
Because the White House military Office refused to release Col Murphy’s classified military record for use at sentencing, he will face no punishment. See coverage of that ruling here.
While Col. Murphy won’t face punishment at court-martial, I suspect this isn’t the last time he’ll need a licensed trial lawyer in the military.