States v. Douglas, 56 MJ 168 (the generous protections
afforded by United
States v. Grostefon, 12 MJ 431 (CMA 1982), do not obviate normal
(under United States v. Grostefon, 12 MJ 431 (CMA 1982), the burden is on appellant to file pleadings that articulate specific issues or to otherwise articulate a colorable claim that his rights under Grostefon are not being protected).
States v. Gray, 51 MJ 1 (United States v. Grostefon,
MJ 431 (CMA 1982), does not permit an appellant to raise issues in an
manner without good cause, and such issues should be raised in
Rule 21(b)(4), United States Court of Military Appeals (now United
of Appeals for the Armed Forces) Rules of Practice and procedure which
“direct and concise argument showing why there is good cause to grant
demonstrating with particularity why the errors assigned are materially
prejudicial to the substantial rights of the appellant . . . .").