NIMJ has posted this link on its web site providing a current version of CAAF’s rules as revised through Tuesday of this week.

2 Responses to “CAAF’s rules”

  1. LTC Slade says:

    Speaking of CAAF rules, how are you current practitioners liking the joint appendix? I practiced under the old regime where CAAF got the entire record. Just curious how that new(ish) rule has been received…

  2. Anonymous says:

    A utter waste of time for attorneys. If the service courts can survive without a JA, one does wonder how CAAF can’t.

    The larger JAs can take several days to put together, collate, copy, put together and then create a table of contents. Then of course if a page is misnumbered or mislabeled or the table of contents is even misnumbered, then you have to do the whole thing over again. No substitution of a single page, because that’s too hard. Instead another forest of trees is killed to re-make nine new copies because page 47 of 546 pages is actually one page off or missing.

    And heaven forbid we make the government print what they want, no defense does all the work even though we have fewer people.

    Other than that though, it’s fine.