Naval Law: Justice and Procedure in the Sea Services

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Naval Institute Press, 1998 - Law - 365 pages
Two active-duty U.S. Navy judge advocates who have practiced both ashore and at sea provide an up-to-date examination of naval law, a rapidly evolving discipline. This is the first study to encompass all phases of the subject, providing students, officers, lawyers, and others interested in the military's justice system with a thorough overview of law as it relates to the naval services. Using famous courts-martial, punishment statistics, and other historical material, the authors chronicle the development of discipline and law in the sea services. They present many interesting court cases as well as statutes, regulations, and instructions. They also examine military courts-martial, nonjudicial procedures, and constitutional law in today's Navy and Marine Corps.

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