Lieutenant Colonel Jeremy S. Weber
Lieutenant Colonel Jeremy S. Weber has been an active duty Air Force judge advocate since graduating from Case Western Reserve University School of Law in 1996. He currently serves as an appellate military judge on the Air Force Court of Criminal Appeals. In this capacity, he rules on appeals from Air Force courts-martial worldwide when the approved punishment includes death, confinement for one year or more, or a punitive discharge. Decisions of the Air Force Court of Criminal Appeals are reviewable only by the United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces and the United States Supreme Court.
Prior to his current assignment, Lieutenant Colonel Weber served as the Staff Judge Advocate at Vandenberg Air Force Base, California, where he led a legal office of more than 20 officers, enlisted members and civilian employees providing legal services to more than 7,400 personnel. He has also served as the Air Force’s Chief Appellate Government Counsel, the Chief of Executive Services to The Judge Advocate General, and a legal advisor to The Inspector General, among other assignments. Lieutenant Colonel Weber is a graduate of Air War College, Air Command and Staff College (distinguished graduate), Squadron Officer School and Commissioned Officer Training (distinguished graduate). His publications include “Political Speech, the Military, and the Age of Viral Communication” and “Sentence Appropriateness Relief in the Courts of Criminal Appeals,” both of which appear in the Air Force Law Review.