This book will provide the reader with a chronological review of the Supreme Court jurisprudence on the Commander-in-Chief power of the President and how the Court developed and enforced the boundaries around the height, depth, and width of that power over the past two centuries.
Arthur Garrison is an assistant professor of criminal justice at Kutztown University and formally the Senior Criminal Justice Instructor at the Philadelphia Campus of Kaplan University (Thompson Institute) and Principal of Garrison Consultants, LLC. Dr. Garrison has published in various academic journals including the Juvenile and Family Court Journal, Criminal Justice Studies, Court Review, American Journal of Forensic Psychology, Police Studies, Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, Professional Issues in Criminal Justice, Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice, Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology New England Journal on Criminal and Civil Confinement, the American Journal of Trial Advocacy, Issues in Child Abuse Accusation, the Journal of Supreme Court History, the Journal of the Institute of Justice and International Studies, and the Cumberland Law Review on a wide variety of criminal justice topics including constitutional law and history. He holds a B.A. in Political Science with a minor in History from Kutztown University of Pennsylvania, a M.S. in Criminal Justice from West Chester University of Pennsylvania, and a Doctor of Law and Policy from Northeastern University.