A commentator alerts us to the publication of volume 67 of the Air Force Law Review, the Military Justice Edition.

Table of contents:

THE DEMISE OF UNITED STATES V.WILSON: A SUGGESTED APPROACH TO C.A.A.F.’S CALL FOR CHANGE
Colonel Louis J. Puleo, USMC

THE PRACTICE OF CRIMINAL LAW IN THE GUANTÁNAMO MILITARY COMMISSIONS
Lieutenant Colonel David J.R. Frakt, USAFR

THE CORROBORATION QUANDARY: A HISTORICAL OVERVIEW OF THE INTERPRETATION OF MRE 304(g)
Colonel J. Wesley Moore, USAF

A QUESTION OF ALLEGIANCE: CHOOSING BETWEEN DUELING VERSIONS  OF “AIDING THE ENEMY” DURING WAR CRIMES PROSECUTION
Michael J. Lebowitz, Office of Military Commissions

“LET COBHAM BE HERE”: THE INTRODUCTION OF DRUG TESTING REPORTS IN COURTS-MARTIAL POST MELENDEZ-DIAZ
Captain Daniel I. Stovall, USAF

THE BRADY BUNCH: AN EXAMINATION OF DISCLOSURE OBLIGATIONS IN THE CIVILIAN FEDERAL AND MILITARY JUSTICE SYSTEMS
Captain Elizabeth Cameron Hernandez, USAF
Captain Jason M. Ferguson, ANG

THIS COURT-MARTIAL HEREBY (ARBITRARILY) SENTENCES YOU: PROBLEMS WITH COURT MEMBER SENTENCING IN THE MILITARY AND PROPOSED SOLUTIONS
Captain Megan N. Schmid, USAF

NEITHER A MODEL OF CLARITY NOR A MODEL STATUTE: AN ANALYSIS OF THE HISTORY, CHALLENGES, AND SUGGESTED CHANGES TO THE “NEW” ARTICLE 120
Brigadier General (Ret.) Jack Nevin, USAR
Lieutenant Joshua R. Lorenz, USN

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