Here’s a link to the brief filed on behalf of military death row inmate Timothy Hennis challenging the United States District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina’s denial of habeas relief.

2 Responses to “Hennis brief”

  1. Anon says:

    — That brief could have used some serious proof-reading, see, e.g., fn.1;

    — How does the 4th Cir have personal jurisdiction over the “body” of Hennis who is in Ft. Leavenworth?

  2. Connelly, Francis, JR says:

    Where does it say the military can return a retired person to active duty solely for CM procedures? plain reading says you can be returned to active duty for national security purposes.

    The belief by some in the military JAG community that the military has jurisdiction over a retired person into perpetuity is simply nonsensical as it defies logic.

    Hennis will receive relief as the court martial shouldn’t have occurred in the first place. With this perpetual jurisdiction Americans may want to stay away from the military.