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Coast Guard Petty Officer to Face Court Martial After Assault Allegation
Coast Guard Petty Officer 3rd Class, Joshua M. Raymond, will be tried at a special court martial on charges of sexual assault after a the parties came to a pre-trial agreement.

Coast Guardsman Convicted in Court-Martial of Lewd Act
A member of the U.S. Coast Guard who was convicted of threatening and committing a lewd act on a minor, as well as lying to investigators and marijuana charges, has been sentenced to a lengthy five year prison term and is facing other consequences.

First Soldier To Face Court Martial In Iraq Prison Abuse Case
Specialist Jeremy Sivits has been accused of conspiracy, dereliction of duty and maltreatment of prisoners at the Abu Graib detention center.

Court-Martial Begins Monday for Former Air Force Instructor
A female U.S. Air Force instructor that allegedly engaged in an intimate relationship with a trainee will face a court martial.

Navy Petty Officer Found 'Not Guilty' in Mayport Rape Trial
Petty Officer Alpha Omega Dowell was acquitted of charges of sexual assault and indecent exposure after a court martial at the Mayport Naval Station.

Court-Martial Set for Wisconsin Coast Guardsman
A U.S. Coast Guardsman will be court martialed in Ohio on counts of improper sexual contact with a female member.

Court martial focuses on what happened after night of drinking
A Coast Guard court martial is trying to determine whether there was a sexual assault on a female officer in 2010.

Is Military Justice Going Soft? Why Courts-Martial, NJPs Have Hit Historic Lows
The military is handling misconduct differently in recent years. There has been a drop in punishments in all branches of the military as opposed to a few years ago.

Airman Faces Court Martial for Inappropriate Bathroom Video
Tech. Sgt. Jose Vuittonet Jr of the 306th Flying Training Group is facing a special Court Martial at the Air Force Academy for several serious allegations; among them, taping a female airman while she was unclothed in a bathroom. The female airman did not consent to the recording. The defendant allegedly showed the video to another female airman and he is also being charged with sexual harassment of that female counterpart. If found guilty, the Sergeant could face up to a year in prison.

Army Private Chelsea Manning's Attorney Questions Client's 35-Year Sentence
The attorney representing Army Private Chelsea Manning, currently imprisoned at Fort Leavenworth in Kansas, in her court-martial appeals case says the soldier's 35-year sentence for leaking classified information to the anti-secrecy website WikiLeaks is out of proportion with the offenses for which she was convicted. Attorney Nancy Hollander also states that Manning's sentence is tougher than those handed out in similar cases, and evne some violent crimes. The case raises big issues about freedom of information and the government's reasons for keeping information secret, according to Hollander.

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