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(in circumstances where a record establishes that an appellant has suffered Barker [407 US 514 (1972)] prejudice, the government’s burden to establish that the constitutional violation was harmless beyond a reasonable doubt may be difficult to attain).

(in those cases where the record does not reflect Barker [407 US 514 (1972)] prejudice, as a practical matter, the burden to establish harmlessness from the post-trial delay may be more easily attained by the government).

(at the totality-of-the-circumstances, harmless-error prejudice determination stage, there is no presumption of prejudice in cases where an appellate court has found a due process violation as a result of unreasonable post-trial delay in the absence of Barker [407 US 514 (1972)] prejudice; an appellate court does not presume prejudice based on the length of the delay alone).

United States v. Allende , 66 M.J. 142 (seven-year delay between adjournment of appellant’s court-martial and resolution of his Article 66, UCMJ, appellate review was assumed error, but was harmless error beyond a reasonable doubt, where appellant had not suffered ongoing prejudice in the form of oppressive incarceration, undue anxiety, or the impairment of the ability to prevail in a retrial, had not suffered detriment to his legal position in the appeal as a result of the delay, and failed to provide any substantiated evidence that his ability to obtain employment had been impaired because he had not been able to show employers a DD-214, the certificate of release from active duty).

United States v. Othuru , 65 M.J. 375 (an appellate court reviews de novo whether appellant was denied due process due to post-trial and appellate delay; the methodology for reviewing such issues requires an appellate court to ask first whether the particular delay is facially unreasonable; if it concludes that the delay is facially unreasonable, then it examines the four factors set forth in Barker v. Wingo , 407 US 514, 530 (1972):(1) the length of the delay; (2) the reasons for the delay; (3) appellant’s assertion of the right to timely review and appeal; and (4) prejudice).

(a delay from trial to completion of review at the CCA of three years, six months, and twenty days was facially unreasonable and therefore sufficient to trigger an analysis of the four Barker factors).

(appellant was not denied due process in the processing of his appeal by a delay of 1,298 days between the end of his trial and the completion of appellate review by the CCA, where although the length of the delay was unreasonable, and there was no good cause for the delay, appellant did not complain about the delay until he filed his initial brief at the CCA and there was no basis for a finding of prejudice).

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Harry Hess (1906–1969) in his World War II Naval uniform. Photo courtesy of Princeton University, Department of Geosciences.

Nothing could feel more solid than the ground under our feet. Yet the surface of the Earth is not fixed, but rather broken up like a jigsaw puzzle into enormous plates that move. This process is called plate tectonics, and it transformed the thinking of geologists. One of them, Harry Hess, was an instrumental figure in figuring out how plate tectonics worked.

Hess possessed two valuable skills: careful attention to detail and the ability to form sweeping hypotheses. This unusual combination produced groundbreaking work on a number of subjects, including the origin of ocean basins and island arcs, mountain building, and the movement of continents. The idea that the continents might have moved, or “drifted” over time can be traced back to the sixteenth century, when European cartographers compiled world maps based on the seagoing expeditions of that time. This idea was transformed into the theory of “continental drift” by German meteorologist Alfred Wegener in 1912, when he published a treatise with several lines of supporting evidence that went beyond simply matching the continents like puzzle pieces. These lines of evidence included, for example, matching geological formations and paleontological distributions from South America and Africa. Wegener’s critics correctly pointed out, however, that the continents could not simply “plow” though the ocean floor as Wegener had vaguely theorized. It was Hess who determined how oceanic mountain ranges, called mid-ocean ridges, are fundamental to the tectonic movement that results in the drift of continents.

According to his own account, Hess flunked his first course in mineralogy at Yale and was told he had no future in the field. Nevertheless he stuck with it, and was teaching geology at Princeton when World War II was declared. Already a lieutenant junior grade in the Naval Reserve, Hess was called to active duty after Pearl Harbor and was eventually to rise to the rank of Rear Admiral. He soon developed a system for estimating the daily positions of German U-boats in the North Atlantic, and requested duty aboard a decoy vessel in order to test the program. It worked.

He then served as commander of the attack transport U.S. Cape Johnson in the Pacific Ocean, taking part in major landings at Marianas, Leyte, Lingayen Gulf, and Iwo Jima. Ever the scientist, while cruising from one battle to the next, Hess kept the transport’s sounding gear (which bounced sound waves off the sea-floor in order to determine the underwater relief or topography) running day and night. This led to his discovery of submerged and curiously flat-topped mountains that he named “guyots” in honor of the Swiss founder of the Princeton geology department. It also produced thousands of miles of echo-sounding surveys of the ocean floor.

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