National Crime Victim Law Institute:The Military Justice System: Stalking Victims’ Rights and Experiences
Military-connected victims of stalking face unique challenges from navigating the complexity that is military criminal justice to knowing which rights can be asserted in that system. During this session, the presenters will provide an overview of military criminal justice and victims’ rights as they impact victims of stalking. The presenters will also identify critical partnerships and services that exist to support military-connected victims of stalking. Please join NCVLI and presenters Major Cronin, Special Victim Prosecutor and Chief, SV Litigation, Fort Bliss, Texas; and Lieutenant Commander Nica, Victims’ Legal Counsel in Bremerton, Washington for a virtual training on Thursday, November 5th from 12:00pm-1:30pm Pacific.
From this training, you will gain knowledge of: (1) the black letter law of the crime of stalking under military law; (2) victims’ rights and services available to military-connected victims of stalking in military criminal justice; (3) the realities of investigating and prosecuting the crime of stalking under military law; and (4) practice tips for lawyers representing military-connected victims of stalking.