Court Martial

Some articles on court martial, court, courts:

Michael Waddington
... is an American Criminal Defense lawyer specializing in serious felonies, court martial cases, and war crimes ... SGT Driver was court martialed for allegedly abusing detainees captured in the "War on Terror" who were held at the Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan, in 2002 ... Waddington and other defense lawyers, including Paul Bergrin, defended the four soldiers in court proceedings in Tikrit, Iraq and Fort Campbell, KY ...
Seán Mc Cool - The Crown Entry Affair
25 April 1936 saw the IRA convene a court martial in Belfast ... The venue for the court martial was the Craobh Ruadh Club at 10 Crown Entry ... Presiding over the court martial was members of the IRA's GHQ staff and the Ulster leadership of IRA which by now included Seán McCool ...
The Court Martial Of Major Keller
... The Court Martial of Major Keller is a 1961 British film directed by Ernest Morris and written by Brian Clemens ... The film is based around the court martial for murder of Major Keller, a British army officer during the Second World War ...
March Across Samar - Aftermath
... A court martial began on March 17, 1902 ... The court-martial board consisted of 7 Army officers and 6 Marine Corps officers, led by U.S ... From the court martial transcript "The specification does not allege that Major Waller is now detached for service with the United States Army, nor does it ...
Mochitsura Hashimoto - Biography - McVay Court-martial
... by the United States military to be a witness for the prosecution in the court-martial against Indianapolis commander Captain Charles B ... Navy in a court martial ... I made my living practicing law before Navy courts and boards for 25 years, and this reaches an all-time low in courts, board or congressional ...

Famous quotes containing the words martial and/or court:

    To a surprising extent the war-lords in shining armour, the apostles of the martial virtues, tend not to die fighting when the time comes. History is full of ignominious getaways by the great and famous.
    George Orwell (1903–1950)

    When a man’s feeling and character are injured, he ought to seek a speedy redress.... My character you have injured, and further you have insulted me in the presence of a court and large audience. I therefore call upon you as a gentleman to give me satisfaction for the same.
    Andrew Jackson (1767–1845)