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The Army's Field Judiciary System: A Notable Advance
Frederick Bernays Wiener
American Bar Association Journal
Vol. 46, No. 11 (NOVEMBER 1960), pp. 1178-1183
Published by: American Bar Association
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25721344
Page Count: 6
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Colonel Wiener describes the Army's new system of appointing courts-martial which has now been in effect on a world-wide basis for a year. The system is a far-cry from the "drum-head" justice of the old days and, although the other services have not yet fully accepted it, Colonel Wiener predicts its ultimate adoption by them.
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