A small but telling legal battle between the Army and a Brooklyn doctor whose anti-war "epiphany" led him to petition for conscientious objector status ended yesterday when a federal appeals court ruled that the doctor can stay home. The Second Circuit Court of Appeals (think: Sotomayor) decided t ... More >>
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