Saturday, 24 August 2019

Tag Archives: justice

Culture Wars

By Mr. Thomas G. Becker, Col (Ret), USAF. Media accounts of the events surrounding Col Bohannon’s decision not to sign the certificate of appreciation for his retiring noncommissioned officer’s same-sex spouse aren’t clear. After consulting several sources, this is my understanding of what happened.

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Navigating Your Way Through a Mental Competency Hearing

By Lt Col Tiffany Wagner, Capt Mark Steitz Jr., and Capt Brittany Tedford. The sanity board concludes that the accused is currently suffering from a mental disease or defect and is not competent to stand trial…. What do you do?... While it may not be common, when an accused is diagnosed with a severe mental disease that...

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:-P Emojis and Emoticons in Court

By Capt Patrick Milott. Expressing emotion in our digital lives presents unique challenges. Articulating joy, sadness, or laughter in non-verbal, non-word characters is a learned skill which can be interpreted differently than the author intended. Despite the danger of misinterpretation..the use of emojis and emoticons has increased.

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