Court and Carpenter
Court and Carpenter


    Law Firm Publications on Military Justice


Carpenter, S., author, A PTSD Primer: When Good Soldiers Do Bad Things
King County Bar Association Bulletin, Volume 29, Issue 6 (February 2011)


Carpenter S., author, Defending Gay Soldiers Who Defend America
King County Bar Association Bulletin, Volume 28, Issue 8 (April 2010)


Carpenter, S., author, The Audacity of Accountability: Resolving the Torture Memo Conundrum by Court-martial, King County Bar Association Bulletin, Volume 28, Issue 3 (November 2009)


Carpenter, S., author, Guantanamo 101: Rejecting Cruel, Unusual and Degrading Justice, National Institute of Military Justice, (May 2009)


Carpenter, S., author, Military Commissions: ‘Justice’ Guantanamo Style
King County Bar Association Bulletin, Volume 26, Issue 11 (July 2008)


Carpenter, S., author, Federal Criminal Practice: A Military Justice Primer, 
Washington State Bar News, Volume 59, No. 9 (September 2005)


Carpenter, S., author, Blessed are the Peacemakers: Remembering Kosovo
Oregon State Bar Bulletin, Volume 62, No. 5 (March 2002)


Carpenter, S., author, Landmines and NATO’s Allied Rapid Reaction Corps, 
JAGCNET Website (November 2000)


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