In The News
Members of our law firm are frequently featured on the news, quoted in articles and mentioned in publications. For a sampling of these features, click on the links below.
- Did Navy Seal Author Truly Breach Confidentiality?
- Trouble for ‘No Easy Day’ Author
- Liability Risks Follow Publications of Navy SEAL’s Bin Laden Book
- Gitmo Upgrade: U.S. to spend $40 Million on Renovation
- Accused Sergeant Heads Down A Long Legal Road
- U.S. Sergeant Charged With 17 Counts of Murder in Afghan Killings
- Military Justice News – Valentine’s Day 2012 Edition
- Fort Drum Soldier Pleads Not Guilty To Being AWOL
- Gitmo’s Prying Eyes – The Defense Department wages war on attorney-client privilege
- An Iraqi Massacre, a Light Sentence and a Question of Military Justice
- Army Says He’s AWOL; He Says He’s Not
- Fort Drum Soldier: Deserter or Not?
- US Soldier gets 3 years for Afghan killing spree
- “A story about lost and broken things – Mohammed Jawad, a child in Guantanamo, and the lawyer who fought for him”
- GQ Magazine: “The Boy From Gitmo”
- CNN: Soldier Silenced for testimony in Afghan killings probe
- Attorney: Lewis-McChord soldier almost a serial killer
- ABC News: Soldier’s father: Army was warned of murder plot
- Will 9/11 suspects get fair trial in NYC?
- The Military Lawyers Who Helped Free One Of Guantanamo’s Youngest Detainees
- “No Place like home” – After 7 years in Gitmo, Mohammed Jawad was supposed to be going home. He almost went back to prison instead
- Former Guantanamo detainee Mohammed Jawad plans civil suit
- The Chosun Ilbo (English Edition): Daily News from Korea
- BBC News: Young Guantanamo Afghan to sue U.S.
- ABC News: Obama Administration Releases Gitmo Detainee Mohammed Jawad
- Military Lawyer Claims U.S. Paid Gitmo Prosecution Witness
- Afghan locked up in Gitmo at age 12
- Omar Khadr’s case may resume
- On October 24, 2011 Doctors of the Dark Side premiered at Georgetown Law, Mr. Eric Montalvo was selected to be one of the panelists. Please see the attached program.