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									                                                   Sentencing Credit for Pretrial Restriction

                                                             Major Elizabeth A. Harvey∗

I. Introduction

     You are a new Marine Corps Judge Advocate. You graduated from Naval Justice School two months ago and have now
been assigned as a defense counsel in Camp Pendleton, California. When you checked in, the senior defense counsel handed
you twenty case files and told you that you can expect to carry about thirty clients at a time. As you attempt to wade through
the procedural and substantive requirements of your new job you notice an issue that sends you to LexisNexis. One of the
units aboard the base is Separations Company, Headquarters and Service Battalion, Marine Corps Base. This command
receives all West Coast Marines who are arrested by civilian police or federal officers or return on their own afte
								
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