For Houston criminal-defense attorney Jack Zimmermann, a civilian lawyer who has practiced in the military justice system for 25 years, the case of a U.S. Marine charged with the "unpremeditated murder" of two Iraqi children was an opportunity to show that the military system "is fairer than the state and federal systems if it functions the way it is supposed to function."
Fog of War: Jack Zimmermann Sees Larger Cause in His Defense of Marine Charged With Iraq Killings
September 3, 2007
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