Recent articles from James W. Weirick
Why Are People Maddened By Manning And Not Cartwright?
Former president Barack Obama recently excused Chelsea Manning and James Cartwright for disclosing U.S. secrets and the reactions have been strikingly different.
A Recent Air Force Sexual Assault Case Displays The Cascading Problems With Military Justice
The sexual-assault trial of Senior Airman Wright revealed a number of nagging problems with the military-justice system.
The Real Cost Of Having Commanders In Charge Of Military Justice
A bad decision by a commander with no expertise in military justice caused a sexual-assault conviction to be overturned.
In Military Service And Business, Integrity Is Key
Integrity means more than admitting a mistake — it means doing the right thing when nobody's watching.
How Service Members Can Handle Their Financial Debt Head On
Many service members amass too much debt at some point in their career. This new book evens the playing field with debt collectors.
Veterans Deserve Accurate And Lawful Guidance On The Use Of Medical Marijuana
Veterans suffering from PTSD and other medical conditions deserve clear advice from the government on the legality of medical marijuana use.
Yet Another General Is Wrong About Troops’ Right To Talk To Congress
Retired Air Force Gen. Roger Brady maintains that it is a crime for airmen to communicate directly with Congress. He’s wrong.
What A Marine Fined $10 In The Shooting Of A Corpsman Says About Military Justice
Despite assurances by senior officers, military commanders are not held accountable for failing to create a culture of justice.