September 2, 2012
by Elizabeth Imbarlina
JURIST Guest Columnist Matthew Cavedon, Emory University School of Law Class of 2015, compares the Department of Health and Human Services's contraception mandate to the Food and Drug Administration's attempt to regulate tobacco...As 24 lawsuits filed against the Department of Health and Human ...[read more]
March 6, 2007
by Ryan Olden
US Army Specialist Agustin Aguayo was convicted of desertion Tuesday for fleeing a base in Germany to avoid redeployment to Iraq. Though the conviction could have carried as many as seven years in prison, Aguayo was only sentenced to eight months. At court-martial, Aguayo said he believed the war ...[read more]
October 16, 2006
by Andrew Wood
David Miner: A growing number of soldiers question whether they can honorably serve in support of the war in Iraq. My client Ricky Clousing confronted this question after a five month deployment to Iraq ending in April 2005. In June of 2005, Ricky left his Fort Bragg unit after experiencing... ...[read more]
July 27, 2005
by Alexandria Samuel
US Army Sergeant Kevin Benderman will go before a general court-martial at Fort Stewart, Georgia, Thursday on charges of desertion and missing movement after he failed to report for his unit's deployment flight to Iraq on January 7. In April, the Army denied Benderman's application for Consc... ...[read more]
February 26, 2005
by Alexandria Samuel
US Army Sergeant Kevin Benderman will face a general court-martial on charges of desertion and missing movement after he failed to report for his unit's deployment flight to Iraq on January 7, according to a military spokesman at Fort Stewart, Georgia. Benderman contends he became opposed to th... ...[read more]

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