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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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Military Juries – Jury of 12? Jury of your peers?

We previously provided an overview of military juries in a prior blog post, today we get into more specific questions about the composition and number of jurors, or “members.” Aren’t I entitled to be judged by twelve? Aren’t I entitled

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An Overview of How Military Juries are Selected

Coast Guard Rape Conviction Overturned for Too Many Women on the Jury      Through some recent media coverage, you may have heard about a recent court decision overturning a Coast Guard rape conviction for “jury stacking.” The jury was

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