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. . . The Army Rules, 1954 It is the duty of the presiding officer to see that justice is administered, that the accused has a fair trial, and that he does not suffer any disadvantage in consequence of his position as a person under trial, or of his ignorance, or of his incapacity to examine or cross-examine witnesses, or otherwise. The Prosecutor answers Set out.
. . While there are some facilities that are common to the both such as medical facilities, subsidized products. The Army Rules, 1954 Application of rules. . Such opinion shall be recorded in the convening order. The accused shall have full liberty to cross-examine any witness against him, and to call such witness and make such statement as may be necessary for his defence: Provided that where the charge against the accused arises as a result of investigation by a Court of inquiry, wherein the provisions of rule 180 have been complied with in respect of that accused, the commanding officer may dispense with the procedure in sub-rule 1.
When documents are put in for purpose of formal proof, it shall be in the discretion of the court to cause as much to be interpreted as appears necessary. Sentence consisting partly of months and partly of days should be recorded in months and days. Jane's Information Group; 35 edition 27 January 2009. And whereas the said a. The author had declared in the preface that he was induced to write the book driven by the extreme need and usefulness of a military handbook. The Army Rules, 1954 The court or the judge-advocate, if any, may question the accused on the case for the purpose of enabling him to explain any circumstances appearing in his statement or in the evidence against him.
. . It, therefore, refers to the confirming authority or an opinion and adjourn. The Army Rules, 1954 Custody and inspection of proceedings. . . They are based on uncooled technology developed by.
Archived from on 7 October 2012. . You have to keep your scanned copies of your documents. Where several accused persons are tried separately by the same court upon charges arising out of the same transaction, the court may, if it considers it to be desirable in the interests of justice, postpone consideration of any sentence to be awarded to any one or more of such accused persons until the trials of all such accused persons have completed. . Please send me detail for sports quota and is am eligible for it. The determination to achieve your goals.
The Army Rules, 1954 Withdrawal of witnesses from court. That he is in possession of or entitled to the following military decorations and rewards:— Note. . India Status: Inducted in 2014. Do you wish to address the Court? He was in favour of the judicial branch of the armed forces to be headed by a Chief Judge Advocate General, of the rank of Lieutenant General, under the Ministry of Defence.
The court after hearing any submission which may be made by the prosecutor or by or on behalf of the accused, shall consider the objection in closed court and shall either disallow it and proceed with the trial, or allow it and adjourn to report to the convening authority or, if it is in doubt, it may adjourn to consult the convening authority. Signature f a Enter name of civil prison. . If no such interpreter has been appointed and sworn or affirmed, an impartial person shall be sworn or affirmed by the court as required by rule 90. . . .