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see military lawmilitary law,
system of rules established for the government of persons in the armed forces. In most countries the legislature establishes the code of military law. It is distinguished from both martial law (rule by domestic military forces over an area) and military government
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The prosecution at his court martial argued the camera had been placed in front of an armrest, and became wedged against the joystick when he moved his seat.
Earlier, counsel to Sani, Paul Sule had written the Nigerian Army to produce the record of proceedings of the Special Court Martial, while informing it that the justices of the Court of Appeal had 'on Tuesday the 12th December 2017 directed parties to maintain status quo antebellum.
The Bill also amends some aspects of the procedure of the Court Martial of New Zealand, such as aligning provisions relating to fitness to stand trial with the Criminal Procedure (Mentally Impaired Persons) Act 2003, and allowing a process for objecting to and substituting military members of the Court Martial.
London [United Kingdom], August 14 ( ANI ): Charged with assault on teenage recruits, 17 former British Army instructors will be appearing before a court martial next month.
The court has also ordered Attorney General of Pakistan (AGP) to file original summaries on induction of Shujatt Azim despite his court martial and its legal and constitutional implications till February 16.
Caroline Salisbury, 28, groomed the soldier's son and, despite warnings to stay away from the boy, had sex with him four times in three weeks in 2013, said the Court Martial Appeal Court.
ISLAMABAD -- Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Tuesday reserved a verdict in court martial trail of Wing Commander Amir who had been reprimanded for negligence for the 2012 attack on Kamra airbase.
S Coast Guard Academy cadet should face a court martial for entering the room of a classmate and touching her leg, a government attorney said Wednesday, rejecting defense claims that the cadet accidentally went into what he thought was his girlfriend's room.
A court martial is presided over by a Judge Advocate, with a jury or "board" of between three and seven officers and warrant officers depending on the offence.
special, or summary court martial, according to the nature and degree of
MANILA -- Members of the military court martial will convene this week to decide on the verdict of the remaining officer tagged in the bungled operations in Al Barka, Basilan in 2011, which claimed the lives of 19 members of the Army's Special Forces and injured several others.
But the initial court martial sentence of 18 months was clearly disproportionate when there was no suggestion that Sgt Nightingale ever intended to use the weapon.