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Since the termination of World War II military law, as it affects criminal investigation and military trials, has undergone a careful and systematic review and revision. As a consequence, investigations under it have different requirements than criminal investigations under state and federal law, and we feel especially priveleged to present Robinson O. Everett's paper on this subject. Mr. Everett is a graduate of Harvard University where he received a Bachelor of Law degree and from 1950-51 served as an assistant professor at Duke University followed by a tour of active duty with the Air Force as a legal officer. He was subsequently appointed in October, 1953, as a Commissioner of the U.S. Court of Military Appeals, a post he held until his recent resignation to enter private law practice. -Editor

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