An entry in CAAF’s Daily Journal for last Thursday, February 23, makes me wonder what has to happen to cause an accused to request extraordinary relief at an Article 32:
Misc. No. 12-8019/NA. Tarrell D. JILES, Appellant v. Commanding Officer H&S Battalion, MCB, Quantico, VA, LTCOL Michael F. CARDOZA, In his official capacity as Art. 32, UCMJ, Inv. Officer, and United States, Appellees. CCA 200800190. Notice is hereby given that a writ-appeal petition for review of the decision of the United States Navy-Marine Corps Court of Criminal Appeals on application for extraordinary relief was filed under Rule 27(b) on this date.
What’s next, writ appeals after a 7-day pretrial confinement review?
Note: there are, best I can tell, three appellees, the CO of H&S Bn (Col Brennan), the Art. 32 Officer (LtCol Cardoza), and the United States (the rest of us).