Latest "court martial" stories
U.S. troops are the country’s only constituency not afforded the same constitutional rights as defendants in civilian courts.
Airman Apprentice Antonio D. Miller, who ditched his unit back in 1978, tried to pass himself off as his brother. The problem: His brother died in 2010.
The judge presided over nine courts-martial and two Article 32 hearings during the period in which her law license was suspended.
By Hope Hodge Seck