Army Judges Weigh Military Trials for Civilians

Army Judges Weigh Military Trials for Civilians

Three Army judges are weighing a question that hasn't cropped up in decades: whether a civilian contractor working for the U.S. military can be tried in a military court. The issue eventually could end up at the Supreme Court. The case of Alaa "Alex" Mohammad Ali, a former Army translator. . . . Subscribers to www.lexis.com may read the full version of this article here.