This week at the Supremes:  There are no anticipated military justice developments at the Supremes on my radar screen for this week.

This week at CAAF:  CAAF has concluded oral arguments for the term.

This week at the CCAs:  On Wednesday, ACCA will hear oral argument in United States v. Steele, No. 20071177.  Here are the three assignments of error being argued:

I.  THE EVIDENCE ON THE MENS REA ELEMENTS OF CHARGE II AND ITS SPECIFICATION IS NOT SUFFICIENT TO SUPPORT APPELLANT’S CONVICTION.

II.  THE EVIDENCE IS INSUFFICIENT ON CHARGE III AND ITS SPECIFICATION TO PROVE CONDUCT UNBECOMING AN OFFICER AND A GENTLEMAN.

III.  BECAUSE APPELLANT WAS NOT ON FAIR NOTICE THAT HIS CONDUCT WAS CRIMINAL, HIS CONVICTION UNDER CHARGE III OF CONDUCT UNBECOMING AN OFFICER AND A GENTLEMAN VIOLATES THE DUE PROCESS CLAUSE OF U.S. CONST. AMEND. V.

That third issue sounds curiously like Parker v. Levy.

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