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" War directs that 142ndArticle no Commanding Officer shall, by giving in against a Prisoner vague and indefinite charges, try before a Regimental Court Martial grave offences which are directed to be tried by a General, District, or Garrison Court Martial;... "
Observations on the Practice and the Forms of District Courts Martial, with ... - Σελίδα 1
των Sir George Charles D'Aguilar - 1833 - 96 σελίδες
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A catechism and hand-book on regimental standing orders

Anthony Walshe - 1852 - 288 σελίδες
...Q. Can a Regimental Court Martial try Soldiers for Offences of a grave nature ? i2sth Art. A. No. No Commanding Officer shall, by giving in against a Prisoner...grave Offences, which are directed to be tried by General, District, or Garrison Courts Martial. But certain cases which may admit of less serious notice,...

Military catechism and handbook [&c.] revised by J.H. Stocqueler

Anthony Walshe - 1855
...Offences of a grave nature ? A. No : no Commanding Officer shall, by giving in issth Article of War. against a Prisoner vague and indefinite charges, try...grave offences, which are directed to be tried by General, District, or Garrison Courts Martial. But certain cases which may admit of less serious notice...

An Act for Limiting the Time of Service in the Army...: An Act for Punishing ...

Gran Bretaña - 1860 - 285 σελίδες
...the Officer commanding the Regiment or Corps to which the Prisoner belongs or is attached. *143. NO Commanding Officer shall, by giving in against a Prisoner vague and indefinite Charges, try before a Regimented Court-martial grave Offences, which are directed to be tried by General, District, or Garrison...

Observations on the Practice and the Forms of District, Regimental, and ...

Sir George Charles D'Aguilar - 1864 - 248 σελίδες
...without any qualification or conditions whatever. The 142nd Article of War directs that 142ndArticle no Commanding Officer shall, by giving in against a Prisoner...character of the Corps to which the offender belongs not calling for a more signal example), a power is vested in the General or Officer commanding the Brigade,...

Observations on the Practice and the Forms of District, Regimental and ...

Sir George Charles D'Aguilar - 1867 - 264 σελίδες
...without any qualification or conditions whatever. i40th Ar- The 140th Article of War directs that no Commanding Officer shall, by giving in against a.....cases some of these offences may admit of less serious notic£ (either from their being attended by palliating circumstances, or from the high character of...

The Administration of Justice Under Military and Martial Law: As Applicable ...

Charles Mathew Clode - 1874 - 411 σελίδες
...the officer commanding the regiment or corps to which the prisoner belongs or is attached. *140.* NO commanding officer shall, by giving in against a prisoner...vague and indefinite charges, try before a regimental court-martial grave offences, which are directed to be tried by general, district, or ijarrison courts-martial...

The United Service Magazine, Τόμος 31

1839
...commanding-officer can, by giving in vague and indistinct charges, try before a Regimental Court-martial grave offences, which are directed to be tried by a General District or Garrison Court-martial. In short, a desire lurks in every corner of the present Articles of War to limit the...




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