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What Is a Court-Martial?
What Is a Court-Martial?

How Courts-Martials Work Armed forces members who are accused of serious military crimes go through what is called a court-martial, which refers to both the military court and its legal proceedings. The purpose of a court-martial is to determine whether a military member is ...

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