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Hiring a Lawyer v. Pro Se Representation

Pro se legal representation comes from the Latin phrase, “for oneself,” or “on behalf of themselves.” It’s legal speak for when someone represents themselves in court without the assistance of a lawyer. There are plenty of legal matters that you

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Hearsay

Most people know that “hearsay” is unreliable and inadmissible in court, but the term “hearsay” is a legal term that’s often used incorrectly. That’s not surprising because in military courts-martial, just as in civilian courts, the concept of hearsay is

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Unanimous Military Juries

Does a military jury have to be unanimous? When the government charges you with a crime under the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ), the prosecution doesn’t have to convince a unanimous jury that you’re guilty beyond a reasonable doubt

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Can Military Investigators Lie to You?

The short answer is that yes, military investigators and police can lie to you. Many people operate under the false assumption that if they are questioned by a military investigator that the investigator has to tell you the truth, however

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