I mentioned yesterday that I understood CAAF had granted review in United States v. Schuber, No. 11-6002/AF.  Indeed it did.  Here’s the granted issue:  “WHETHER THE COURT OF CRIMINAL APPEALS ERRED BY REVERSING THE MILITARY JUDGE AND FINDING THE GOVERNMENT MET ITS BURDEN UNDER ARTICLE 10, UCMJ.”  And here’s an additional issue that CAAF specified: 

WHETHER ARTICLE 10, UCMJ, SHOULD HAVE BEEN APPLIED BY THE MILITARY JUDGE AND THE COURT OF CRIMINAL APPEALS WHEN THE ACCUSED HAD BEEN RELEASED FROM CONFINEMENT AFTER 71 DAYS, ALLOWED TO RETURN HOME OR LEAVE FOR 3 DAYS, AND WHEN HE RETURNED, WAS ONLY SUBJECT TO BASE RESTRICTION, A RESTRICTION THAT WAS NOT TANTAMOUNT TO CONFINEMENT.

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