This week at SCOTUS: I am not aware of any new military justice developments at The Supreme Court, however SCOTUS is expected to issue opinions on Monday and Thursday of this week.
This week at CAAF: CAAF has completed its oral argument schedule for the term.
This week at the ACCA:
The Army CCA will hear oral argument in United States v. Cruz, No. 20100132., on Wednesday, May 23. The granted issues are:
I. [Whether] Dr. D.L.’s inadmissible testimony vouching for the credibility and believability of the alleged victim, Mrs. M.M., had a substantial influence on the findings where the government’s case hinged on the credibility of Mrs. M.M.’s testimony before the panel members.
II. [Whether t]he evidence is factually insufficient to support appellant’s convictions for aggravated sexual assault and sodomy.
This week at the AFCCA: The Air Force CCA will hear oral argument in two cases this week: United States v. Bagley on Tuesday, May 22, and United States v. Emerick on Thursday, May 24. No case information is available on the CCA’s website.
This week at the CGCCA: The Coast Guard Trial Docket shows no pending cases at the Coast Guard CCA.
This week at the NMCCA: The Navy-Marine Corps CCA will hear oral argument in United States v. Lucas on Wednesday, May 23. The granted issues are:
I. Whether the evidence is factually sufficient to sustain the appellant’s conviction for forcible rape.
II. Whether the specification alleging adultery fails to state an offense.