Tuesday, March 03, 2009

Vol. 62 of the Air Force Law Review online, with article about rehab evidence in sentencing

I think I saw a hard copy of Volume 62 of the Air Force Law Review at the Air Force JAG Corps' Keystone Conference in November. Now it's finally available online here.

Military justice practitioners will be interested in an article by Judge Charles E. Wiedie, Jr., of the Air Force Trial Judiciary, called Rehab Potential 101: A Primer on the Use of Rehabilitative Potential Evidence in Sentencing, 62 A.F. L. Rev. 43 (2008).

Any I-Law aficionados who have somehow stumbled across this blog will be interested in Captain Daniel P. Ridlon's article, Contractors or Illegal Combatants? The Status of Armed Contractors in Iraq, 62 A.F. L. Rev. 199 (2008).

(Anyone who's interested in reading the article on the impact of sales taxes on government procurement practices probably isn't among our highly elite readership.)

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