Tuesday, June 9, 2009

SUPREME COURT RULING: Court: Military court can open old conviction

"Our holding allows military courts to protect the integrity of their dispositions and processes by granting relief from final judgments in extraordinary cases when it is shown that there were fundamental flaws in the proceedings leading to their issuance," said Justice Anthony Kennedy, who wrote for the court.

The case is United States v. Denedo, 08-267.

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At Tue Jun 30, 01:49:00 PM EDT, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jag - et all:

How are we going to stop this take over by Obama? It's happening by the hour!

My calls to our congress people are going ignored. Everyone I hear and talk to say the same thing.

Where is our Military to stop this?


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