Under current law, only service members are eligible for the special counsel program
Over the past decade, the topic of military sexual assault has become a matter of national interest. Long hidden behind the secrecy of military courts, it has become clear that hundreds of thousands of our service members — men and women both — have been traumatized after being sexually assaulted in the military.
According to a recent article by the Marshall Project — a nonprofit journalism…
Becoming the victim of any crime is a terrible experience. You may feel a variety of emotions from angry, sad, scared, or disappointed. While we cannot take back what happened to you, the victims’ rights attorneys at and we can get started. \
A defendant does not have the right to all of your confidential information.
In a criminal case, defendants have a constitutional right to information from the government. This is accomplished through the discovery process, where the prosecutor produces evidence to the defendant. This may include police reports, photographs, videos, witness statements, cell phone records, forensic exams, and other information.
This rule applies to materials within the possession of the government. As the National Crime Victim Law Institute explains, the process is different when a defendant seeks information from…