In this episode of MJT, former Navy SEAL and fitness expert Stew Smith gives his recommendations for excelling both physically and mentally in the most demanding military and first responder careers. To listen to the episode on YouTube click here.
In this episode of MJT, former military judge Troy Smith discusses his philosophy on trial practice as well as strategies and techniques for litigating high-stakes military criminal cases. Topics include voir dire, opening statement, witness examination, and closing argument. To listen to the episode on YouTube click here.
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 MJT, the attorneys from Capovilla & Williams are joined by Jonathan Lehrfeld, reporter for the Military Times and host of the Early Bird Brief Podcast, to discuss recent leaks of classified material as well as issues related to media coverage, protection of sensitive intelligence, and other interesting aspects of these… 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, 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 of Military Justice Today, attorneys Robert Capovilla, Mickey Williams and Sean Flood discuss recent developments and court rulings regarding unanimity with respect to verdicts in military criminal trials, including current cases that may end up in the U.S. Supreme Court. To listen to this episode on Apple Podcasts, click here, or… Read More »