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Article 15 (Nonjudicial Punishment) - US Military - About.com
In the Marine Corps, the process is called "office hours," and in the Army and Air Force, it is referred to as "Article 15." Article 15, of the Uniform Code of Military ...
U.S. Military FAQ -- What is an Article 15?
... a felony court (which would be more indicative of a court-martial). For an overview of the Article 15 (nonjudicial punishment) system, see the article, Article 15s.
Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) - ART. 15. COMMANDING ...
The Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) is federal law, enacted by Congress . Here are the articles of the UCMJ.
Article 15 (Nonjudicial Punishment) – Part 2, Rights of the Accused
Continued from Part 1 -- Article 15s. Right of the Accused to Demand Trial by Court-Martial. Except in the case of a person attached to or embarked in a vessel, ...
Nonjudicial Punishment (Article 15) - US Military - About.com
The expiration of the current enlistment or term of service of the servicemember automatically remits any unexecuted punishment imposed under article 15.
Article 15 (Nonjudicial Punishment) – Part 4, Appeals - US Military
A person punished under article 15 may appeal the imposition of such punishment through proper channels to the appropriate appeal authority. Appeals must ...
Military Nonjudicial Punishment (Article 15)
The maximum imposable punishment in any Article 15, UCMJ, case is limited by several factors. The grade of the imposing officer.Commanding officers in ...
Military Justice 101 -- Part 1
Written reprimands and admonitions can provide a "track record," which could later be used to justify punishment under Article 15, or administrative demotions ...
Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) - ART. 43. STATUTE OF ...
(2) A person charged with an offense is not liable to be punished under section 815 of this title (article 15) if the offense was committed more than two years ...
Cases Where Article 15 Have Been Imposed After Court-Martial
In two cases, the Court of Military Appeals has considered the propriety of the imposition of Nonjudicial Punishment (Article 15) for offenses which have already ...