United States v. Jameson, 65 M.J. 160 (MRE
311(d)(2)(A) requires that motions to suppress evidence be made by the
defense prior to submission of a plea; the general rule is that a
failure to make the motion prior to the plea constitutes a waiver of
the motion or objection; the only exception is if good cause is shown
by the moving party; no good cause exists when the moving party knew or
could have known about the evidence in question before the deadline).
United States v. Madigan, 63 M.J. 118 (deviating from a regulation or instruction which sets out procedures for collecting, transmitting, or testing urine samples does not render a sample inadmissible as a matter of law; however, such deviation may be considered along with all other factors in determining if the evidence lacks sufficient reliability to be considered by the finders of fact; the military judge may exclude drug-test results if he finds there has been a substantial violation of regulations intended to assure reliability of the testing procedures).