Mr. Cassara represented an Army Staff Sergeant on his court-martial appeal. The soldier was convicted of possession of child pornography and other offenses. During his court-martial appeal, Mr. Cassara argued that his court-martial conviction for possession of child pornography was invalid, as most of the pictures the soldier possessed were clearly not child pornography. After the Army Court of Criminal Appeals affirmed his court-martial conviction, Mr. Cassara filed a court-martial appeal to the Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces, who reversed his child pornography conviction.BarberiCAAFDecision11-0462
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