Legal Services during War.
ARMY WAR COLL CARLISLE BARRACKS PA
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This study project describes legal services during World War II and Urgent Fury, gives guidance on planning for legal services during future conflicts, and makes suggestions to improve the Armys readiness to transition form peace to war. In addition to identifying substantive legal issues unique to combat, the paper discusses operational matters which must be considered by Commanders and Judge Advocates responsible for legal services in times of conflict. Topics discussed include military justice procedures, military commissions, war crimes investigations, civil affairs advice, military government rules, international law issues, prisoner of war problems, legal assistance, claims investigation, and disposition of property concerns. The conclusion reached is that to be prepared to provide adequate legal services in any future conflict, significant changes must be made in Judge Advocate training and doctrine.
- Sociology and Law
- Military Operations, Strategy and Tactics