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Recent Argument

I had the honor of arguing the case of United States v. Eppes at the Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces last week.  I have argued before this court on numerous occasions, and this is the third time I have been asked to participate in a “Project Outreach” argument. They do these arguments at law schools across the country, and allow law students to participate as “Amicus Curiae” and argue before the court.  The law student in this case did a great job.  It is always an honor when CAAF asks me to take part in these cases.  The court posts links to all of their arguments on their website.  Here it is: http://www.caaflog.com/wp-content/uploads/20171108.wma

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