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Navy ship collisions prompt rare criminal charges
The Navy’s decision to charge five officers with negligent homicide for their involvement in two fatal ship crashes marks a rare legal move that, if proven, could send them to jail for up to three years.
By Lolita C. Baldor, The Associated Press
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Former girlfriends testify in support of Army sexual assault prosecutor accused of rape, battery
The defense for Capt. Scott Hockenberry — who is facing three counts of sexual assault and three counts of assault consummated by battery — presented evidence in the form of telephone testimony and affidavits describing the judge advocate as peaceful and respectful to women.
Court proceedings on hold for Army lawyer charged with sexual assault
A former Army sexual assault special prosecutor is accused of raping and battering a woman he dated in 2016.
A retired two-star will submit to a military hearing on child rape charges
He retired in 2005, but Maj. Gen. James Grazioplene is scheduled to appear for a preliminary hearing on Aug. 26, facing six charges of child rape from incidents going back to the early 80s.
Soldier charged in botched Humvee airdrop will face court-martial
Three Humvees plummeted to the ground last year during an exercise over Germany, and a soldier faces court-martial for the incident.
By Charlsy Panzino