Monthly Archives: April 2016

Is the military capable of maintaining a fair and ethical justice system?

In a frantic attempt to retain their authority within the armed forces court systems, military leaders have touted repeated claims of their dedication to eradicating sexual assault from their ranks. In order to convince Congress of such claims, these leaders have enacted numerous changes in how the military handles cases of sexual violence. While certain changes have certainly benefited alleged victims of sexual assault, such as improved methods of reporting and [...]

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