The NMCCA set aside the findings and sentence in United States v. Paris, No. 201200301, here, finding that the government failed to prove that the appellant intended to access websites containing child pornography. 

In addition to being an interesting factual insufficiency case, it is the first opinion with new NMCCA Chief Judge Moira Modezelewski.  Here is a link to the Navy JAG Corps blog entry on the passing of the gavel.  H/t JK

One Response to “NMCCA Sets Aside Findings and Sentence in Paris”

  1. paleo says:

    It would have been interesting if CAAF found a factual sufficiency and then evaluated the first amendment issue raised by the appellant.