Navy-Marine Appeals Court Mandates Pseudonymizing Names of Witnesses, Victims, and Complainants

Effective July 1, 2020, the rules of the Navy-Marine Corps Court of Criminal Appeals (NMCCA, not to be confused with the New Mexico Court of Appeals, NMCA) provide: Rule 17.4. Personally Identifiable and Sensitive Information. (a) Counsel are required to redact private and sensitive information from all pleadings. (b) … (1) … The names of… …

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Brickbat: Courting Cruelty

Iran has sentenced four teens to each have four fingers amputated from their right hands after they were convicted of theft. The four say they were tortured into confessing to the crimes, and one of them tried to commit suicide in prison after an appellate court upheld his sentence. The fingers will be amputated at… …

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