It might be helpful to give more options in the answer fields... for example, the lowest option for rehearings is 5 or more. The vast majority of military counsel have not done 5 or more rehearings.
Scott, something of a deliberate choice was made in the numbers. But, in league with another comment we received, an additional check box is added. Perhaps the results a SWAG already will be less skewed if we have as many people participate who have done a few cases to get a bigger pool of anybody who has done a case.
Mr. Cave and colleagues:
I couldn't complete the survey. First, the terms are a bit ambiguous. You first ask about cases that went to trial. Then you ask, of those, how many were contested. I gather from those two questions that you're including guilty plea cases as "cases tried." For me, that number is way north of 25, thanks to quite a few guilty plea cases. Total cases tried before a factfinder, though, number less than 10. Unfortunately, all the pull-down selections start at 10 or more for those series of questions.