Taking a Constitutional Part 2

“States don’t always do what’s constitutional.” according to the Magistrate, whom I’ll refer to as Judge Judy for the remainder of my rant, at my pre-trial hearing.

It was damned apparent that said court was either unprepared or unwilling to entertain my attorney’s argument that remanding a court martial case to a civilian magistrate authority conflicts with USC Title 32; in turn, conflicting with Article I of the U.S. Constitution.

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