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 The final level of appeal in the military judicial system is the Court of Military Review?

Answer Possibly, it may depend a lot on the severity and seriousness of the offense.
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Which court in the federal system reviews the convictions of military personnel who have violated military law?

That would be the US COurt of Military Appeals. However, only convictions of Courts Martial are reviewed. and not automatically. The findings of the Court Martial must be appealed in order to be re... Read More »
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What court would have jurisdiction of the appeal of a military discharge?

(for the US military) The U.S. Court of Military Appeals.See link below:
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Can a college professor deny giving a final early to a military reservist because of military training?

You can find the SPD codes at the related link below. Click on SPN CODES in the "Pages" column, near the bottom. When next page opens click on alphabetical codes. That is the ARMY manual on the cod... Read More »
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Levels of Appeal in the Judicial System?

A criminal or civil case begins either in a state trial court or in a U.S. district court. After the original trial, the losing party may appeal. Further appeals may be available, based on the appe... Read More »
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