Military Law

Constitutional Law

John Paul Stevens says some held at Gitmo should get reparations from US government

Labor & Employment

Facebook posts get day care worker fired before job begins, add 12 days to paratrooper’s enlistment

Criminal Justice

Ex-CIA chief David Petraeus gets probation, is fined $100K for giving classified info to biographer

U.S. Supreme Court

Blown deadline doesn’t necessarily bar tort claims against US; SCOTUS allows equitable tolling

Obituaries

‘Obsessively frugal’ lawyer leaves $3.3M to Skid Row charities

Military Law

Army soldier Bowe Bergdahl, rescued by US through Gitmo prisoner swap, is charged with desertion

Criminal Justice

Ex-CIA director Petraeus reaches plea deal in claimed classified docs leak to mistress

Precedents

March 9, 1953: A state secrets doctrine is born

Military Law

Failing to disclose HIV status before swinger sex is not aggravated assault, military top court says

Military Law

Army OKs hormone therapy for Chelsea Manning, who was sentenced to 35 years in WikiLeaks case

Trials & Litigation

Court interpreter at Gitmo trial for accused 9/11 slayers worked at CIA ‘black site,’ defendants say

Precedents

Feb. 20, 1967: Muhammad Ali’s appeal rejected by draft board

Trials & Litigation

Forcibly shaven, convicted Fort Hood shooter appears in court beardless

Criminal Justice

Defense contractor pleads guilty in huge bribery scandal

Military Law

Former boot camp instructor sues in effort to rejoin Navy without shaving his beard

Military Law

Military lawyer is investigated after posting Facebook comment criticizing sex-assault policy

Features

1985-1994: The legacy of Nuremberg

Your ABA

Retired Gen. Earl Anderson, an ABA Medal recipient, has served his country and the ABA

Religious Law

Humanist sues Navy over denial of his chaplain application

Trials & Litigation

Unusual suit says banks are linked to Iraq attacks, seeks damages under terrorism-support law