The Fall 2012 edition of the Military Law Review is now online here and it’s a good one for we military justice wonks.
Here’s a link to LT Randall Leonard and LT Joseph Toth’s article, Failure to Report: The Right Against Self-Incrimination and the Navy’s Treatment of Civilian Arrests after United States v. Serianne.
Here’s a link to MAj John Lorank Kiel, Jr.’s article, War Crimes in the American Revolution: Examining the Conduct of Lt. Col. Banastre Tarleton and the British Legion During the Southern Campaigns fo 1780-1781. (Okay, I realize that’s really a LOAC, not military justice, piece, but it still looks like a cool article. And it tells us that Tarleton dropped out of law school at Oxford’s Univeristy College.)
Speaking of Brits, here’s a link to the 39th Kenneth J. Hodson Lecture in Criminal Law by Major General Michael D. Conway, Director General of Army Legal Sevices, British Army.