Ph.D. Dissertation. Yale Law School
Degree Conferred June 10, 1986
By Jan Horbaly
In this 755-page study, the author reviews the law of court-martial jurisdiction and discusses specific proposals for improving the exercise of such jurisdiction by military courts. He also addresses the concept of civilian control of the military, the nature and elements of court-martial jurisdiction, the extraordinary writs available to service members for challenging the exercise of court-martial jurisdiction, and proposals for reforming the jurisdiction exercised by military courts.
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