In United States v. Remsburg, No. 20070161 (A. C.t. Crim. App. 30 January 2009), the court looked at three issues: whether the judge improperly restricted defense solicitation of favorable victim impact testimony; whether the judge was mean to the defense counsel; and post-trial delay. On the post-trial delay issue the court notes:
I was happy to read that the defense aggressively made demands for speedy post-trial processing. The appellant got his two months credit.
We've discussed post-trial processing a number of times. Here is a link to past posts. I would have liked to see the Remsburg record show that trial defense counsel sought a post-trial Article 39(a), UCMJ, session, to ask for post-trial release.