POD Amicus Briefs

Protect Our Defenders files amicus briefs in a variety of court cases. View them below.

Protect Our Defenders Files an Amicus Brief in Support of Upholding Privacy of Victim’s Mental Health Records

Protect Our Defenders Joins an Amicus Brief in Support of Records Corrections for Bad Paper Discharges

Protect Our Defenders Joins an Amicus Brief Challenging Male-Only Registration under the Selective Service System

Protect Our Defenders Files an Amicus Brief Challenging Feres Doctrine in Service Academy Case

Protect Our Defenders Files Amicus Brief In Support Of Air Force Special Victims Counsel Program

Protect Our Defenders Files Naval Academy Amicus Brief in Daugherty v Tate

Protect Our Defenders Joins an Amicus Brief Challenging Feres Doctrine

Protect Our Defenders Files Amicus Brief Challenging Rape Statute of Limitations in U.S. v Mangahas

Protect Our Defenders Joins an Amicus Brief in Support of Allowing Service Members to Sue the DOD for Racial Discrimination under Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act

Protect Our Defenders Files Amicus Brief In Support of Plaintiff to Challenge Feres in Jane Doe v United States

Protect Our Defenders Files Amicus Brief In Support of Plaintiff-Appellant and Reversal in Robert L. Doyon v The United States of America

Protect Our Defenders Files Amicus Brief in Support of Reexamination of the Feres Doctrine in Kathryn Spletstoser v John Hyten, et al.

Protect Our Defenders Files Amicus Brief Arguing that MRE 513 Privilege is Constitutional and Did Not Interfere with the Accused’s Right to Prevent a Defense in United States v Salvador Jacinto

Protect Our Defenders Files Amicus Brief Arguing that Military Judge Does Not Have the Authority To Find the Military’s Use of Non-Unanimous Verdicts Unconstitutional in United States v Charles L. Pritchard and Andrew J. Dial

Protect Our Defenders Files Amicus Brief Arguing that Victim Had Standing Under Article 6b to Oppose an Unreasonable Delay in H.K. v Colin P. Eichenberger and Lee B. Broome

Protect Our Defenders Files Amicus Brief to Defend the Professional Ethical Obligations of Both Trial Counsel and Special Victims Counsel in United States v Brandon M. Horne