The Army CCA’s website, as well as the Army JAG Corps Network website, have not been accessible to the public for approximately two weeks.

Today I learned that this is due to ongoing security upgrades, and that public access will eventually be restored (hopefully within another 2-3 weeks). I’m told, however, that the sites are still accessible to users on the .mil domain.

2 Responses to “ACCA and JAGCNet sites inaccessible to the public”

  1. jd says:

    17 Feb 2016 at 1200, US v. Medrano, Case # 20140167
    WHETHER THIS COURT SHOULD GRANT PETITIONER’S REQUEST FOR A NEW TRIAL WHEN A COURT MEMBER WILLFULLY CONCEALED A MATERIAL GROUND FOR CHALLENGE DURING VOIR DIRE AT PETITIONER’S COURT-MARTIAL.

    24 Feb 2016 at 1000, US v. Allen, Case #20130521
    I. THE FINDINGS THAT THE APPELLANT COMMITTED SEXUAL ASSAULT ARE FACTUALLY AND LEGALLY INSUFFICIENT.
    V. THE MILITARY JUDGE ERRED BY NOT REPLAYING TESTIMONY AFTER A PANEL MEMBER REQUESTED A TRANSCRIPT OF TESTIMONY AND TELLING THE PANEL MEMBERS THAT REPLAYING TESTIMONY WOULD CAUSE A DELAY

    25 Feb 2016 at 1000 US v. Mitchell, case # 20150776
    WHETHER THE MILITARY JUDGE ERRED IN SUPPRESSING APPELLEE’S CELL PHONE AND THE EVIDENCE FROM IT BY HOLDING THAT UNLOCKING HIS CELL PHONE CONSTITUTED A TESTIMONIAL ACT AND LAW ENFORCEMENT REINITIATED COMMUNICATION WITH APPELLEE IN VIOLATION OF THE EDWARDS RULE.

    4 Mar 2016 at 1000 US v. Gibbs, Case # 20110998
    V. WHETHER THE CONVENING AUTHORITY ABUSED HIS DISCRETION BY DENYING THE DEFENSE REQUEST FOR A POST-TRIAL HEARING BECAUSE THE DEFENSE CLAIM SUPPORTING THE REQUEST WAS NOT UNSUBSTANTIATED.
    VI. WHETHER THE GOVERNMENT VIOLATED APPELLANT’S DUE PROCESS RIGHTS BY FAILING TO DISCLOSE MATERIAL EVIDENCE IN VIOLATION OF BRADY V. MARYLAND, 373 U.S. 83 (1963).

  2. Concerned Defender says:

    Regarding accessibility, does anyone have any updates on when it will be restored?  What “security” does ACCA need anyhow, that other companies with easy access don’t like banks and such?  Finding many of the JAGcnet, HRC, ADRB, etc. have for a long time had very limited public access…  Get with the modern times Army.