MISCELLANEOUS MATTERS: Nonjudicial Punishment (Article 15): Generally

2006

 

United States v. Cary, 62 M.J. 277 (a commander has considerable discretion in deciding whether an offense is a minor offense subject to punishment under Article 15, UCMJ; nonjudicial punishment can be used to cover a wide variety of offenses, ranging from an incidental infraction during initial training to a significant dereliction by a member of a commandís permanent party).


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