Military Justice: Cases and Materials
This textbook gives law professors a tool to introduce students to military justice while deepening their understanding of criminal law and procedure, comparative law, international law, and constitutional law. This casebook facilitates a deep understanding of military justice, its underlying principles, and lessons provided by international norms and comparative analyses of foreign systems.
The book begins with an overview of the nature of a military justice system and its component parts. The next group of chapters examines the fundamental question of who may be tried by court-martial, the offenses that permissibly fall within a military justice system’s ambit, and unique military crimes. The book’s final chapter gives students a timely glimpse into the changes that lie ahead by focusing on the critical processes of legal reform and globalization.
Carolina Academic Press
Government Law, Military Law
International Law | Military, War, and Peace | National Security Law
Kastenberg, Joshua E.; Eugene R. Fidell; Elizabeth L. Hillman; Franklin D. Rosenblatt; Dwight H. Sullivan; and Rachel E. VanLandingham. "Military Justice: Cases and Materials." (2020): 1-1088. https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/law_facbookdisplay/200