Here’s a link to the brief filed by SSgt Medina’s counsel concerning the facial constitutionality of Article 120(c)(2).

7 Responses to “Brief on constitutionality of Article 120(c)(2)”

  1. JWS says:

    Can someone tell me why, if the is day of computers and highly readable fonts, the armed forces still submit briefs in Courier?

  2. JWS says:

    Can someone tell me why, in this day of computers and highly readable fonts, the armed forces still submit briefs in Courier?

  3. Dwight Sullivan says:

    The short answer is, because CAAF’s rules require it. :-)

  4. JWS says:

    Gluttons for punishment, so they are.

  5. Late Bloomer says:

    Rule 37 of CAAF Rules. However, the Rule says that it must be monospaced type (whatever that means), and not that it must be Courier New. I don’t know if TNR is monospaced type.

  6. Dwight Sullivan says:

    Late Bloomer – monospaced type is type in which each character uses the same amount of space. TNR isn’t. Courier and Courier New are.

  7. Ama Goste says:

    CAAF still requires hard copy filing of briefs too. In fact, gotta get moving to file one today.