Today the government filed a certificate of review in United States v. Nerad, 67 M.J. 748 (A.F. Ct. Crim. App. 2009).  The issue that the Judge Advocate General of the Air Force certified is:  “Whether the Air Force Court of Criminal Appeals erred in nullifying Appellee’s factually and legally sufficient conviction for possession of child pornography.”

3 Responses to “Air Force JAG certifies Nerad”

  1. Mike "No Man" Navarre says:

    That’s a fairly nice QP by the government and one that is hard to take issue with if you are opposing it.

    Does anyone handicap this case at CAAF at any better than a coin toss on each judge?

  2. Agree w/ Cossio says:

    Maybe consider going back to Blogger….Better format and better verification of ID’s for those who want to post on their blogger account…

  3. Anonymous says:

    Concur with the last two posters…and if I can get philosophical for a moment:

    Having the most recent comment on the top prevents the comments from being a natural linear discussion, and continuation of the post.

    Instead it fits into the modern approach, where it is not about linear discussion, it is about shallow snap judgments, and all that matters is the most recent opinion, a la youtube.