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Articles of War, Courts-Martial, Fourth Amendment, Presumption of Innocence
Military Law

Articles of War, Courts-Martial, Fourth Amendment, Presumption of Innocence

If you want to understand how the military works, you should read up on the subject of military law. The following are some topics that you should keep in mind: Articles of war, Courts-martial, Fourth Amendment, Presumption of innocence, and more. It is recommended that you consult a legal professional for assistance. For a thorough overview, see Military Law and Operations. Also, consider Schlueter, David A.'s Military Justice: Practice and Procedure (7th ed.). Articles of war The Articles of War in military law are a central document in the legal framework for the United States military, covering many legal issues. The origin of the Articles of War can be traced to the Second Continental Congress, which adopted the Articles of War in 1775. The Provisional Congress of Massachusetts...