Tuesday, April 21, 2009
Lawyers in civil suits are able to look up past jury awards to see what a case they're considering trying is "worth." Soon military justice practitioners might have a similar resource. Thomas Hong's "This Court-Martial Sentences You To . . ." appears to be an ambitious attempt to collect and categorize court-martial sentences by forum and offense. For now it seems mostly limited to Army cases in Europe. But Hong, who has been collecting sentences since December, invites sentencing results from all services. Why? "Because it is useful info for military justice practitioners and satisfies the curious" according to the blog's own description. If you're curious, check it out here.
Posted by Marcus Fulton at 1:39 AM