Navy OJAG Code 20’s recent newsletter — which the Army JAG School Crim Law Department’s 31(b)log called our attention to — has an interesting article on spice testing and the differences in how positive results can be used depending on which lab did the testing. 

And speaking of spice, that was also the subject of today’s AFCCA argument in United States v. Bagley, No. S31876.  Here’s the issue that was argued:

Whether the military judge erred in finding that Air Force Guidance Memorandum to AFI 44-121, ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE PREVENTION AND TREATMENT (ADAPT) PROGRAM, dated 9 June 2010, is a lawful general regulation. 

The oral argument’s audio is available here.

One Response to “To paraphrase Vanilla Ice, Spice, Spice Baby”

  1. stewie says:

    Given the fact that makes of Spice are constantly changing its chemical formula to keep it from being listed as illegal, the first lines of the song are actually appropos:
    “All right stop, colloborate, and listen; Spice is back with my brand new invention…(then much later)
    If my rhyme was a drug, I’d sell it by the gram.”