A good number of members of Congress are convinced the military’s authority in sexual assault cases should be curbed because of inaction or viewing the offenses too lightly. The military believes it should retain the power to oversee court martial proceedings and military prosecutions. They want to retain power over their units.
Top military leaders have told Congress their goal is to make their commanders more accountable and they want to be given additional resources to review and prosecute cases.
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