This seems to be a slow week at the trial level.  For those that don’t know, the vast majority of the military judges are in Reno, NV for the judge’s conference.  And a large chuck of the Marine Corps defense bar is in California for defense-specific training.  Not being in the Marine Corps or a judge, I remain in the lovely Tide Water area.

Speaking of judges, the Navy and Marine Corps held a judicial screening board several weeks ago.  Although I did not have a package before the board, I know a few that did.  But no board results.  I assume that the JAG has to approve them.  Perhaps there is a secret vote in Reno this week.   In any event, we should get those results soon.  Good luck to those that applied.  This may be one of the first boards where a significant number of the Navy’s military justice litigation career track folks applied.  It should be interesting to see who is picked.

3 Responses to “Slow week & Judicial Delay”

  1. Anon says:

    Those recommended for selection have been notified. TJAG or DTJAG has to sign off to be “official.”

  2. Jason Grover says:

    Thanks Anon 1519. I think it has to be the Judge Advocate General under Article 26(b). I look forward to seeing the list.

  3. Anonymous says:

    The JAG notice indicted that the board convened on 26 Feb. The Jag approved list was emailed to the community today.