Those familiar with US military capital cases know the name Kreutzer.  It’s a capital case from the Army that has been kicking around the courts for 15+ years, only it’s no longer a capital case after Kreutzer’s sentence rehearing last year.  After a military judge sentenced Kreutzer to life (with possibility of parole, as LWOP wasn’t a sentencing option at Kreutzer’s original trial), Kreutzer is now asserting that he should receive extensive pretrial punishment credit under Article 13, UCMJ.  Failing to persuade the Army Court, Kreutzer appealed to CAAF.  CAAFlog‘s post on this is here.

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