Yes, of course John Galligan is getting that question. We get it all the time. How could you represent so-and-so at court-martial? Here is MichaelTomasky’sBlog.
Banner CNN day: Wolf Blitzer apparently really distinguished himself yesterday by asking Nidal Hasan’s military lawyer, retired Colonel John Galligan, how on earth he could do such a thing[?]
Many in the legal community are critical of President Obama, who as the Commander-in-Chief may have “screwed up” the prosecution of Major Hasan for his acts at Fort Hood.
"We are a nation of laws whose commitment to justice is so enduring that we would treat a gunman and give him due process, just as surely as we will see that he pays for his crimes."
President Obama in his criticized speech at Fort Hood.
Recommended reading is Professor David Melinkoff’s, “Conscience of a Lawyer.”