I’ll be on the road for a couple of days, so I’m posting “This Week in Military Justice” a day early.  My rate of blogging will likely be diminished until Tuesday.

This week at the Supremes:  I’m not aware of any anticipated military justice developments at the Supremes this week, though we continue to await the SG’s response to the Loving cert petition.

This week at CAAF:  CAAF will hold its judicial conference on Wednesday and Thursday.  The schedule is available here.  A registration form is available here.  Several CAAFlog contributors will be attending; perhaps we can do some live blogging from the conference.

This week at the CCAs:  On Tuesday, the Coast Guard Court will hear oral argument in United States v. Sapp, in which the assigned error is:

I. This Court Should Consider the Unreasonable and Unexplained Post-Trial Delay in Determining the Sentence that Should be Approved under Article 66(c) with particular attention to the following questions:
1. What circumstances short of denial of due process should be considered in deciding whether post-trial delay warrants “Tardif relief”?
2. What are the reasons to grant or deny “Tardif relief” in this case?

The Army Court’s web site is down, so I can’t determine whether ACCA is scheduled to hear any oral arguments this week.

2 Responses to “Next week in military justice — 6 March 2010 edition”

  1. Anonymous says:

    The CG oral argument has been cancelled.

  2. Mike "No Man" Navarre says:

    “Several CAAFlog contributors will be attending; perhaps we can do some live blogging from the conference.”
    –Count on it.