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The Soldiers Right to Administrative Due Process: The Right to Beheard

By Haessig, Arthur, Captain

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Book Id: WPLBN0000672641
Format Type: PDF eBook
File Size: 2.28 MB.
Reproduction Date: 2005

Title: The Soldiers Right to Administrative Due Process: The Right to Beheard  
Author: Haessig, Arthur, Captain
Language: English
Subject: Government publications, Armed Forces, Military law
Collections: Military Law Review
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Publisher: Government Publication


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Introduction: Twelve years ago Professors Jaffe and Nathanson noted in the preface of their administrative law casebook that ?there is, now, an insistent demand that the principles of fair play developed to protect property interests be extended to the ?personal interests? of the alien, the government employee, the citizen.? If that preface were being written today, it should also include the soldier, for, to a significant degree, the personal interests of the soldier and his administrative relationship to his commander and the Army have only recently become the subject of in-depth judicial scrutiny, interpretation and delineation.


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