Chief Prosecutor of U.S. Military Commissions Speaks About Reforms to War Crimes System
New York, December 3, 2012—Criticism of U.S. military commissions, while not unfounded, is outdated, Army Brigadier General Mark Martins told Columbia Law School students, faculty, and guests on Nov. 28, in a presentation on the legal protections afforded to accused war criminals under the Military Commissions Act of 2009.
|Brigadier General Mark Martins|
|Professor Trevor W. Morrison '98|
|Brigadier General Mark Martins, left, and Professor Trevor W. Morrison '98|