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The Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ), the foundation of military law in the United States, consists of Title 10, Chapter 47 of the United States Code.


Article 134 of the UCMJ is known as the disloyal statements provision.


See also

External links

  • Uniform Code of Military Justice (http://www4.law.cornell.edu/uscode/10/stApIIch47.html)
  • Manual for Courts-Martial United States (http://www.jag.navy.mil/documents/mcm2000.pdf) (2000 edition) Caution: very large file: 3.5 MB PDF

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law.com - Decision (1872 words)
Pursuant to UCMJ Article 32, 10 U.S.C. s 832, an Army investigation of allegations of sexual harassment and assault by six female military personnel resulted in McKinney's being court martialed.
United States, 51 M.J. Pursuant to UCMJ Article 69, 10 U.S.C. s 869(a), the Commander for the Military District of Washington affirmed the findings and sentence and forwarded the record of the trial to the Judge Advocate General for review.
UCMJ Article 69 provides that a soldier who is convicted during a general court martial and sentenced to less than one year of confinement is entitled to an automatic review of the record of the trial by the Judge Advocate General, unless the soldier affirmatively waives review.
FM 19-10 Chptr 5 Having Authority and Jurisdiction (4913 words)
Persons not subject to the UCMJ who are found committing a felony or a misdemeanor amounting to a breach of the peace on a military reservation may be apprehended and detained long enough to be turned over to civil authorities.
Civilians not subject to the UCMJ may be cited for violations of the Assimilative Crimes Act not amounting to felonies or breaches of the peace (such as fishing without a valid permit) and referred to a US magistrate.
Civilians not subject to the UCMJ may be subject to military authority in situations involving martial law or hostilities.
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