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Naval Law Review, Number 55, 2008
NAVAL JUSTICE SCHOOL NEWPORT RI
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This issue of Naval Law Review contains the following articles The Unconstitutional Prosecution of the Taliban under the Military Commissions Act, by Commander Syed N. Ahmad, JAGC, USN The Continuing Fallout from Crawford Implications for Military Justice Practitioners, by Lieutenant Commander David M. Gonzalez, JAGC, USN Building the Global Maritime Security Network A Multinational Legal Structure to Combat Transnational Threats, by Lieutenant Commander Jon D. Peppetti, JAGC, USN Interdiction on the High Seas The Role and Authority of a Master in the Boarding and Searching of his Ship by Foreign Warships, by Commander David G. Wilson, JAGC, USN The Military Commissions Act of 2006 An Unnecessary Scheme for Second-Class Justice or an Essential Means to Prosecute Persons Who Would Otherwise Escape Accountability, by Benjamin V. Madison, III The Neglected Debate over Sexual Assault Policy in the Department of Defense, by Lieutenant Keith B. Lofland, JAGC, USN Federal Court Developments in Military Personnel Law Protecting Service Members, by John A. Wickham and Lightning but no Thunder The Need for Clarity in Military Courts Regarding the Definition of Mental Retardation in Capital Cases and for Procedures in Implementing Atkins v. Virginia, by Lieutenant Jessica Hudson, JAGC, USN, ENS Kyle Fralick, JAGC, USN, and First Lieutenant John A. Sautter, USMC.
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