In United States v. Monge, the appellant was convicted by an "enlisted" panel of indecent visual recording and distribution of an indecent visual recording and he was sentenced to 60 days HLWC and a DD. Appellant raises several issues, none of which get him relief.
(1) The evidence was legally and factually sufficient to support his convictions for sexual assault and assault consummated by a battery; and
(2) Appellant was deprived of his right to a unanimous verdict.
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