A Brief Comparison...Military v. Federal Justice

Published by Mecklenburg County Bar


Summary

There are more differences between a court-martial in a combat zone and a civilian federal criminal trial than the occasional recessing of a court-martial because of incoming mortar rounds or rocket-propelled grenades. Although the United States holds the prosecutorial authority in both a court-martial and a federal trial, the criminal procedure is strikingly different. Back from his tour of duty in southwest Asia presiding over courts-martial in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Kuwait (with in-theater photos) come learn about military justice from Colonel (Military Judge) Frank Whitney.

Presenters
Hon. Frank D. Whitney
United States District Court Judge Frank D. Whitney shares his unique insights into this comparison of military and federal justice. Join fellow bar members as you learn about his role on the bench here and abroad.

Originally Published

February 2, 2016


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  • A Brief Comparison...Military v. Federal Justice (NCSB# 1) - Video

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