The Navy's sweeping legal review got even bigger last week after the Marine Corps was also ordered to conduct a service-wide check on its legal system. The review was set in motion by a series of blunders surrounding a Navy SEAL's case, which caught the attention of President Donald Trump. Now, Navy Secretary Richard V. Spencer has ordered the Marine Corps to conduct the same kind of comprehensive review of its Judge Advocate General Corps that the Navy's legal community was ordered to do earlier this month. Legal experts say it's necessary, but several are unconvinced that directing the services to investigate themselves will result in a thorough enough look. Read more on Military.com.
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