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In the letter, the ACLU, Human Rights First, Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International and National Institute of Military Justice said that "this move by the Department of Defense not only runs counter to the U.
He's got an array of protections which in some respects exceed those he'd get from a civilian court," said the New York Daily News quoted Yale Law School Professor and president of the National Institute of Military Justice, Eugene Fidell, as saying.
9, 2006 - she moves from unauthorized absentee to the more serious category of deserter, a soldier with no intent to return, said Kathleen Duignan, executive director of the National Institute of Military Justice.
The ABA's policy on domestic surveillance, adopted in February 2006, was crafted by an ABA Task Force on Domestic Surveillance in the Fight Against Terror, a bipartisan panel that included a former director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, a former general counsel of the National Security Agency and the Central Intelligence Agency, the National Institute of Military Justice general counsel, and other national security law experts.
Meister, a shareholder in the firm and the head of its Military Law practice group, has been elected Chairman of the Board of the National Institute of Military Justice.