court-martial


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Words related to court-martial

a military court to try members of the armed services who are accused of serious breaches of martial law

a trial that is conducted by a military court

subject to trial by court-martial

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(9) The 1968 revisions were particularly substantial, including changing the old "law officer" position to the office of military judge, authorizing judge-alone courts-martial, and fundamentally reforming the special court-martial to require, in almost all instances, a lawyer to serve as the defense counsel and a military judge to preside.
Lance Sergeant Joseph Stones, 25, and Lance Corporals Peter Goggins, 21, and John McDonald, 28, went before a court-martial on Christmas Eve, 1916, and were sentenced to death.
Jenkins and people involved in his court-martial including his military lawyer and a commander who serves as judge have apparently reached a plea bargain, Japanese lawyer Shinichi Shima said.