The defense team for accused Fort Hood shooter Maj. Nidal Hasan on Wednesday began what could be the last phase of a protracted appeals battle that has held Hasan’s trial in limbo for months.
The prosecution filed two writs to the Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces on Wednesday night, asking the court to prohibit the U.S. Army from shaving Hasan, overturn contempt rulings and remove the presiding Fort Hood judge from the case.
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