Army Court of Criminal Appeals judges ruled in a 4-2 vote, according to (http://usnews.
What does ACCA stand for?
ACCA stands for Army Court of Criminal Appeals
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- Anglican Catholic Church of Australia
- Annandale Christian Community for Action (Annandale, VA)
- Antiochian Catholic Church in America (various locations)
- Apostolic Christian Church of America
- Arctic Cat Club of America
- Armed Career Criminal Act of 1984
- Ashtabula County Council on Aging
- Asia Cloud Computing Association
- Associate of the Chartered Association of Certified Accountants
- Associated Communications Companies of America
- Association Communale de Chasse Agréée (France)
- Association of Certified Corporate Accountants
- Association of Chartered Certified Accountants
- Association of Chartered Certified Accountants Hong Kong
- Association of County Commissions of Alabama
- Australasian Cemeteries and Crematoria Association (est. 1985)
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Yesterday, the Centre for Constitutional Rights group (CCR) also filed a petition requesting that the Army Court of Criminal Appeals grant the public and press access to all documents relating to Manning's case.
Crane, an unreported opinion from the Army Court of Criminal Appeals.
Army Court of Criminal Appeals James Cullen, and former Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights Bill Lann Lee.
Under military court rules, Graner's case will be automatically appealed to the Army Court of Criminal Appeals.
Army Legal Services Agency and served as Chief Judge of the Army Court of Criminal Appeals.
7) The Army Court of Criminal Appeals further discussed the concepts of proximate cause and forseeability in United States v.
116) Captain Carrier submitted the case on its merits, which included a footnote asking the Army Court of Criminal Appeals to consider the issues raised in the RCM 1105 matters.