Monday, May 19, 2008
Yipping at the heels of the March issue, the April edition of the Army Lawyer is now online here. But the April issue doesn't have nearly as much of interest to military justice practitioners. The issue does include a piece on providence inquiries, but it's really a guide for rookie trial defense counsel. See Colonel John Siemietkowski, USAR, Preparing Your Client for Providency, Army Law., Apr. 2008, at 44. I don't see anything in the issue that is likely to prove helpful to military justice appellate advocates.
Posted by Dwight Sullivan at 9:09 PM