Conduct Unbecoming an Officer and a Lady: A Case That Will Live in Infamy. the Conviction of Webster Smith.

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Judge London Steverson, Apr 28, 2011 - Law - 290 pages
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The court-martial of Cadet Webster Smith was a litmus test for justice in America. This book will tell you what happened, and who did what to whom and where. It will not tell you why. It cannot. You must determine your own why. This book will give you the facts. You can determine your own opinion of why this case developed and progressed as it did. Good reading.
 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
CHAPTER 3
20
CHAPTER 4
34
CHAPTER 6
58
CHAPTER 8
66
CHAPTER 10
79
Appendix 1
94
Letter From Admiral James Van Sice to USCGA Alumni
104
Opinion of the United
222
REASONS FOR GRANTING THE PETITION 11
232
Order of the Court
233
A Under This Courts Precedent Mixed
238
CONCLUSION 26
247
Appendix 12
255
iii
259
QUESTION PRESENTED i
260

Appendix 9
135
Appendix 10
180
Appendix 11
207
QUESTION PRESENTED i
218
TfrEPETTTTON
268
Appendix 13
270
Copyright

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About the author (2011)

Judge London Steverson is a 1968 graduate of the United States Coast Guard Academy and a 1977 graduate of the National Law Center, George Washington University. He was a Coast Guard Law Specialist. until he retired in 1988. He became U. S. Administrative Law Judge. He was awarded a Cultural Diplomacy Award by the U. S Ambassador to Hungary.

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