Similarly, juries don't know the civilian legal system (nobody knows any legal system - that's why they have so many reference books). Judges inform juries of the relevant laws and legal technicalities and instruct them on the specific judgements they need to make.
I suspect the framers left military justice to the federal government because they didn't want states able to interfere with the federal military via their courts. It was a different world and an entirely different military back then though. The same principles simply don't apply any more.
Unintended consequences do happen, but there has to be a causal link. In this case, there is not from what I suggested to what you claimed as the result.In the second, I understand the goal, but we both know how things can workout in real life.
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You sure about that?It's untrue that more soldiers commit suicide than die on the battlefield.
More U.S. soldiers on active duty committed suicide than died in combat last year, shocking new figures reveal | Mail Online
Military Suicide Epidemic: More U.S. Soldiers Have Killed Themselves Than Died on Battlefield in 2012 | Democracy Now!
We absolutely should.
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