AFCCA

AcronymDefinition
AFCCAAir Force Court of Criminal Appeals
AFCCAAlaska Family Child Care Association (est. 1983)
AFCCAAustralian Federation of Child Care Associations (now Childcare Associations Australia)
AFCCAAir Force Center for Cost Analysis
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"We are pleased with the MoU that was signed today with the EFCBC and AFCCA, and we are always keen on supporting African countries and enhancing our effective presence in the region.
(131) The CAAF agreed with the AFCCA that the trial counsel's argument was improper.
While using the AFCCA's Piolunek reasoning to uphold the conviction, the Doshier opinion is a reminder that trial-level practitioners can and must do a better job of separating prohibited and protected material.
court remanded the case back to AFCCA in order to determine whether the
AFCCA's web site lists 2396 decisions in cases reviewed under
Fifteen years after Morse, the Air Force Court of Criminal Appeals (AFCCA) re-examined the expansive dicta in that decision, as well as the criteria for determining jurisdiction under Article 2(c).
Force Court of Criminal Appeals (AFCCA) has noted, there is no
Deserano, (75) by contrast, the Air Force Court of Criminal Appeals (AFCCA) reversed a finding of guilty under Article 134 for inhaling nitrous oxide out of a whipped cream can.
(5) While all CAAF decisions bind lower military and trial courts, the intermediate level service courts, the Army Court of Criminal Appeal (ACCA), the Navy-Marine Court of Criminal Appeals (N-MCCA), the Air Force Court of Criminal Appeals (AFCCA), and the Coast Guard Court of Criminal Appeals (CGCCA), produce multiple forms of decisions, with only the published decisions binding on their trial courts.
On appeal, the Air Force Court of Criminal Appeals (AFCCA) reviewed the military judge's ruling under an abuse of discretion standard.
(53) However, even under these circumstances, the AFCCA determined the statements in the lab report were nontestimonial.