In these last few years, we have seen public interest in military justice develop far beyond an immediate interest in individual trials or events. Today, we are witnessing the birth and the death of many concepts of justice for the criminal offender in the civilian community and in the armed services as well. The developments in military justice are of particular interest because they represent, in many instances, the concern of society in general for all aspects of criminal law.
Merlin H. Staring,
San Diego L. Rev.
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