United States Army Court of Criminal Appeals to Hear Case at Fordham Law


The United States Army Court of Criminal Appeals will be sitting at Fordham Law School on Friday, September 18, 2015, in the Gorman Moot Courtroom in the law school building’s Moore Advocacy Center.

The hearing will begin at noon for the case of United States v. Bailey. The case concerns an army specialist who was previously charged with manslaughter and negligent homicide following a motor vehicle accident that resulted in the death of a pedestrian. Representing the appellant will be Lieutenant Colonel Jonathan Potter and Captain Heather L. Tregle. Representing the government will be Major Steven Collins and Captain Scott Goble. The three-judge judge panel will consist of Colonel Lori Campanella, Colonel Kenneth J. Tozzi, and Brigadier General Paul S. Wilson.

Following the hearing, there will be a question-and-answer session with the judges, as well as a reception with judges and representatives of the Judge Advocate General’s Corps.


Noon-1 p.m., Hearing
Gorman Moot Courtroom
Moore Advocacy Center

1-1:30 p.m., Q&A with Judges
Gorman Moot Courtroom

1:30-2:30 p.m., Reception with Judges and representatives of the Judge Advocate General’s Corps
Bateman Room, Skadden Conference Center

The event is free and open to the public. Seating in the courtroom is limited, and all attendees will be subject to security screening. Observers should not bring briefcases, backpacks, purses, or other bags. Use of cell phones and videotaping is prohibited.

Briefs filed for each side are available for download in Acrobat PDF format.
Brief, on behalf of Appellee
Brief, on behalf of Appellant




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