Easton v. United States

Decision Date14 January 2013
Docket NumberNo. 12–210.,12–210.
Citation133 S.Ct. 930,184 L.Ed.2d 723,81 USLW 3385,81 USLW 3113,81 USLW 3388
PartiesRichard L. EASTON, petitioner, v. UNITED STATES.
CourtU.S. Supreme Court
OPINION TEXT STARTS HERE

Case below, 71 M.J. 168.

Petition for writ of certiorari to the United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces denied.

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  • The Military's Dilution of Double Jeopardy: Why United States v. Easton Should Be Overturned
    • United States
    • Military Law Review No. 219, March 2014
    • March 1, 2014
    ...trial. 10 Consequently, the CAAF directly confronted the question of whether the military is obligated to 7 Easton v. United States, 133 S. Ct. 930 (2013). 8 Easton , 71 M.J. at 174. 9 United States v. Easton, 70 M. J. 507, 513 (A. Ct. Crim. App. 2011). Manifest necessity is the standard ad......

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