Earlier this year, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces dismissed charges against Stephen Prather in League City, Texas, an Air Force enlisted man who was found guilty of sexually assaulted a woman in a drunken encounter. The court concluded the law had resulted "in an unconstitutional burden shift to the accused."
Earlier this year, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces dismissed charges against Stephen Prather in League City, Texas, an Air Force enlisted man who was found guilty of sexually assaulted a woman in a drunken encounter. The court concluded the law had resulted "in an unconstitutional burden shift to the accused." George Bridges/MCT
Earlier this year, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces dismissed charges against Stephen Prather in League City, Texas, an Air Force enlisted man who was found guilty of sexually assaulted a woman in a drunken encounter. The court concluded the law had resulted "in an unconstitutional burden shift to the accused." George Bridges/MCT

Mix of booze and sex can spell trouble for military

November 28, 2011 3:08 PM