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Subchapter/Section/Article

I. General Provisions 801.1
  • 801.1. Definitions
  • 802.2. Persons Subject to this chapter.
  • 803.3. Jurisdiction to try certain personnel.
  • 804.4. Dismissed officer's right to trial by court-martial.
  • 805.5. Territorial applicability of this chapter.
  • 806 6. Judge advocates and legal officers.
  • *806a 6a. Investigation and disposition regarding to the fitness of judges.

II. Apprehension and Restraint 807.7
  • 807.7. Apprehension.
  • 808.8. Apprehension of deserters.
  • 809.9. Imposition of Restraint.
  • 810.10. Restraint of persons charged with offenses.
  • 811.11. Reports and receiving of prisoners.
  • 812.12. Confinement with enemy prisoners prohibited.
  • 813.13. Punishment prohibited before trial.
  • 814.14. Delivery of offenders to civil authorities.

III. Non-Judicial Punishment 815.15

IV. Court-Martial Jurisdiction 816.16
  • 816.16. Courts-Martial classified.
  • 817.17. Jurisdiction of courts-martial in general
  • 818.18. Jurisdiction of general courts-martial.
  • 819.19. Jurisdiction of special courts-martial.
  • 820.20. Jurisdiction of summary courts-martial.
  • 821.21. Jurisdiction of courts-martial not exclusive.

V. Composition of Courts-Martial 822.22
  • 822.22. Who may convene general courts-martial.
  • 823.23. Who may convene special courts-martial.
  • 824.24. Who may convene summary courts-martial.
  • 825.25. Who may serve on courts-martial.
  • 826.26. Military judge of a general or special court-martial.
  • 827.27. Detail of trial counsel and defense counsel.
  • 828.28. Detail or employment of reporters and interpreters.
  • 829.29. Absent and additional members.

VI. Pre-Trial Procedure 830.30
  • 830.30. Charges and specifications
  • 831.31. Compulsory self-incrimination prohibited.
  • 832.32. Investigation.
  • 833.33. Forwarding of charges.
  • 834.34. Advice of staff judge advocate and reference for trial.
  • 835.35. Service of charges.

VII. Trial Procedure 836.36
  • 836.36. President may prescribe rules
  • 837.37. Unlawful influencing the action of the court.
  • 838.38. Duties of trial counsel and defense counsel.
  • 839.39. Sessions.
  • 840.40. Continuances.
  • 841.41. Challenges.
  • 842.42. Oaths.
  • 843.43. Statute of limitations.
  • 844.44. Former jeopardy.
  • 845.45. Pleas of the accused.
  • 846.46. Opportunity to obtain witnesses and other evidence.
  • 847.47. Refusal to appear or testify.
  • 848.48. Contempt's.
  • 849.49. Depositions.
  • 850.50. Admissibility of records of courts of inquiry.
  • 851.51. Voting and rulings.
  • 852.52. Number of votes required.
  • 853.53. Court to announce action.
  • 854.54. Record of trial.

VIII. Sentences 855.55
  • 855.55. Cruel and unusual punishments prohibited.
  • 856.56. Maximum limits.
  • 857.57. Effective date of sentences.
  • 858.58. Execution of confinement.
  • 858a.58a. Sentences: reduction in enlisted grade upon approval.

IX. Post-Trial Procedure and Review of Courts Martial 859.59
  • 859.59. Error of law; lesser included offense.
  • 860.60. Action by the convening authority.
  • 861.61. Waiver or withdrawal of appeal.
  • 862.62. Appeal by the United Federation of Planets.
  • 863.63. Rehearings.
  • 864.64. Review by a judge advocate.
  • 865.65. Disposition of records.
  • 866.66. Review by Court of Military Review.
  • 867.67. Review by the Court of Military Appeals.
  • *867a.67a. Review by the Supreme Court.
  • 868.68. Branch offices.
  • 869.69. Review in the office of the Judge Advocate General.
  • 870.70. Appellate counsel.
  • 871.71. Execution of sentence; suspension of sentence.
  • 872.72. Vacation of suspension.
  • 873.73. Petition for a new trial.
  • 874.74. Remission and suspension.
  • 875.75. Restoration.
  • 876.76. Finality of proceedings, findings, and sentences.
  • 876a.76a. Leave required pending review of certain court-martial convictions.

X. Punitive Articles 877.77
  • 936.135. Courts of inquiry
  • 936.136. Authority to administer oaths and to act as notary.
  • 937.137. Articles to be explained.
  • 938.138. Complaints of wrongs.
  • 939.139. Redress of injuries to property.
  • 940.140. Delegation by the President.

XI. Miscellaneous Provisions 935.135
  • 936.135. Courts of inquiry
  • 936.136. Authority to administer oaths and to act as notary.
  • 937.137. Articles to be explained.
  • 938.138. Complaints of wrongs.
  • 939.139. Redress of injuries to property.
  • 940.140. Delegation by the President.

XII*. Court of Military Appeals 941.141
  • 941.141. Status.
  • 942.142. Judges.
  • 943.143. Organization and employees.
  • 944.144. Procedure.
  • 945.145. Annuities for judges and survivors.
  • 946.146. Code committee.

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