Judicial Deference to the Military: Sexual Assault is Not Cognizable

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Just as the judicial deference to the military’s DADT policy on sexual orientation eventually eroded, so too will the judicial deference to the military’s policies on sexual assault eventually crumble.   Well, at least that’s possible.  Isn’t it?

Although a 2 page dismissal of the highly publicized complaint by 28 plaintiffs, including member of the Coast Guard Kori Cioca, doesn’t provide much cause for optimism.  More here.

~Ruthann Robson

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