A Farewell Salute to the Military Nexus Doctrine
National Journal of Constitutional Law, Vol. 2, pp. 361-78, 1993
13 Pages Posted: 22 Oct 2009
Date Written: October 19, 1993
This article compares the decision in Canada to protect the rights of courts martial defendants by establishing an independent judiciary for courts martial with the decision in the United States to adjust the allocation of cases to military or civilian tribunals on the basis of the connection between the offence and the defendant's military service.
Keywords: military tribunals, jurisdiction, judicial independence
JEL Classification: K41, K33
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