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court-martial:

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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They were kept in solitary detention for 15 months before they were court-martialled in August 2008, with the Pak military court sentencing Ahmad to 14-year rigorous imprisonment and Shehzad to seven years.
Jason, whose father Geoff still lives in Tamworth, had said: 'We are not criminals but if we are court-martialled we could do six months in an army prison.
THREE soldiers are to be court-martialled after two black women working at an Army base claimed they were racially abused.