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The sources of military jurisdiction include?
1. The Constitution
2. International Law
Kinds of Military
Jurisdiction are exercised by?
1. Military law
2. Martial Law
3. Military Government
4. A government with respect to offenses against the law of war.
What is Military Law exercised by?
A government in the exercise of that branch of the municiple law which regulates its military establishment.
What is Martial Law exercised by?
A government temporarily governing the civil population within its territory or a portion of its territory through its military force as necessity may require.
What is Military Government exercised by?
A belligerent occupying enemy territory
The agencies through which Military Jurisdiction is exercised are?
1. Courts Martial
2. Military Commissions and Provost Courts.
3. Courts of Inquiry
4. Non Judicial Punishment.
Courts Martial is?
Trial and offences against military Law and in the case of GCM (general courts martial) of persons who by law are subject to military tribunals
Military Commissions and Provost Courts are?
Trial of cases within their juridictions
Courts of inquiry are?
Investigation of any matter referred to such court by competent authority.
Non-Judicial Punishment?
Proceddings of a commander under Article 15.
What is the purpose of military Law?
To promote justice and to assist in maintaining good order and dicipline in the Armed Forces.
2. To promote efficiency and effectiveness in the military and to strengthen the national security of the U.S.A.
The Manual For Courts Martial shall consist of?
The Preamble
The Rules for Courts-Martial
The Military Rules of Evidence
The Punitive Articles
Non Judicial Punishment Procedures.
What is the purpose of military Law?
To promote justice and to assist in maintaining good order and dicipline in the Armed Forces.
2. To promote efficiency and effectiveness in the military and to strengthen the national security of the U.S.A.
The Manual For Courts Martial shall consist of?
The Preamble
The Rules for Courts-Martial
The Military Rules of Evidence
The Punitive Articles
Non Judicial Punishment Procedures.