Georgia Law Review, Vol. 6, No. 3 (1972), pp. 532-562


In the case of Parisi v. Davidson the Supreme Court granted habeas corpus relief to a serviceman who was being court-martialed for disobedience to orders issued after he had been denied administrative discharge on a conscientious objector claim. Professor McCormack analyzes Parisi and uses it as a vehicle to examine the Court's present notions of comity and abstention.