Except the rules are pretty straightforward.I suspect that the Defence Barrister will rip the Prosecution witnesses apart on the fact that the rules surrounding CEA are fiendishly complicated and that the Defendant was poorly advised by the people who deal with these things, and that nobody in the army understands the rules anyway.
The Prosecution witnesess will be in the dock for half a day each being cross examined by the Brief minutely on the rules, a copy of which the Brief will have in his possesion. After each witnesses being ripped a new one, and all contradicting each other; the Brief will say "I rest my case your honour". The General will not say anything, just sitting in the defendants box thinking about the large box of popcorn he will be munching tonight.
By the way, was the case investigated by the RMP/SIB?