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Exceptions to the Hearsay Rule

Hearsay- Exceptions when the Declarant is Available to Testify In our last post on hearsay we explained both how Military Rules of Evidence (MRE) 801 defines hearsay and how it excludes certain statements from the general rule—found in MRE 802—that hearsay

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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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VA Disability Claims

Patriots Law Group represents clients in every type of disability case! VA Disability Claims:  Representing clients with service-connected disabilities is one of Patriot Law Group’s top priorities. As a veteran owned law practice, we have seen and lived through the VA

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Are You Feeling Lucky? Why Should You Hire a Civilian Counsel in the Military?

By, Toni Quinn O’Neill, top court-martial defense attorney When you are under suspicion, investigation or facing charges as a military member, you need to ensure that you are doing everything you can to save your career, your freedom, your reputation,

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