CAAF proposed two sets of rules changes in the past few months. The first, announced in October (discussed here), changed the typeface and font size for briefs. The second, announced in November (discussed here), removed references to supervisory powers of the court over general military justice matters and also made changes to the rules for amicus briefs.

In an order issued today (available here), CAAF approves the changes to the typeface and font size and also the removal of references to supervisory powers. The court has not yet acted on the changes to the rules regarding amicus briefs.

Notably, the changes approved today will not take effect until February 1, 2016.

One Response to “CAAF finalizes rules changes involving typeface and supervisory powers”

  1. k fischer says:

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