In this episode of MJT, attorneys Robert Capovilla and Robby Morris cover the biggest problems with today’s military justice system and steps that should be taken to ensure justice for everyone involved in courts-martial, separation boards, and other military law matters. (And a little bit of college football, too.) To listen to the full… Read More »
In this episode of MJT, attorney Robert Capovilla discusses how the media covers the issue of sexual assault in the military, including premature conclusions about recent changes to the system and the absence of emphasis on the rights of the accused. Click here to listen to it on YouTube.
In this episode of MJT, former JAG and professor of law Dave Schlueter joins the show to discuss changes set forth in the 2022 and 2023 NDAA, including the role of the commander, creation of the Special Trial Counsel, sentencing, and other hotly debated topics. To watch the studio video for this episode, visit… Read More »
In this episode of Military Justice Today, Rob and Mickey talk with Dave Schlueter, one of the country’s foremost military law experts. Topics include changes to the National Defense Authorization Act as well as unanimous verdicts in the military courts. The guys also weigh-in on their all-time favorite military movies and characters. To listen… Read More »
In this episode of Military Justice Today, experienced attorney Bill Cassara joins Rob and Mickey to talk about the most important aspects of military appeals as well as other hot topics in the field of military justice. To listen to this episode on Apple Podcasts, click here, or search for Military Justice today on… Read More »
In this episode of Military Justice Today, attorneys Robert Capovilla, Mickey Williams and Dan Higgins discuss changes being implemented to CID and how they will impact future Army investigations and prosecutions. To listen to this episode on Apple Podcasts, click here, or search for Military Justice Today on any of the premier podcast platforms…. Read More »
In this episode, Rob Capovilla and Mickey Williams discuss laws that have been introduced in Congress which would substantially change the way felonies are prosecuted in the U.S. military court system, including probability of passage and potential impact on defense strategy. To listen, click here.