"(2) Uniformity across military justice systems.—The Secretary of Defense shall ensure that the personnel and activities of defense investigators under the pilot programs are, to the extent practicable, uniform across the military justice systems of the military departments. "(c) Report.—. Applicability of Uniform Code of Military Justice to Members of the Armed Forces Ordered to Duty Overseas in Inactive Duty for Training Status. Pub. L. –, div. A, title V, § , Oct. 17, , Stat. , provided that.
Amendments. —Pub. L. –, § (a), substituted “Preliminary hearing required before referral to general court-martial” for “Preliminary hearing” in section catchline. Subsecs. (a) to (c). Pub. L. –, § (a), added subsecs.(a) to (c) and struck out former subsecs. (a) to (c) which related to requirement of preliminary hearing, hearing officer, and report of. This is a must read for Staff Judge Advocates, Chiefs of Military Justice, Post Trial NCOICs, and all Military Justice practitioners who contribute to the post-trial processing of cases. Read it. Use it. Share it. Require its use in your Justice shop. As always, we .
The Uniform Code of Military Justice and the Manual for Courts-Martial, United States, ed., are referred to as "UCMJ" and "MCM" respectively in this Manual. The Military Rules of Evidence and Rules for Court-Martial are referenced to as “M.R.E.” and “R.C.M.” respectively in this Manual. o References mandatory use of Military Justice Online throughout the court-martial process, and the requirement to keep DD Form (Charge Sheet) current in Military Justice Online until record of trial is forwarded for required by defense counsel; provides for a minimum 1 -year stabilization period for legal personnel supporting a.