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SECTION 130.19
Jurisdiction of special courts-martial
Military (MIL) CHAPTER 36, ARTICLE 7, PART 4
§ 130.19. Jurisdiction of special courts-martial. Subject to section
130.17, special courts-martial shall have jurisdiction to try persons
subject to this code for any offense for which they may be punished by
this code. Special courts-martial shall have the power to sentence to:
confinement with hard labor for not exceeding one hundred days; fines
not exceeding one hundred dollars; confinement with hard labor in lieu
of fines imposed not exceeding one day for each dollar of fine imposed;
forfeiture of pay and allowances not exceeding one hundred dollars; bad
conduct discharge; reprimand; reduction of noncommissioned officers to
an inferior grade; and to combine any two or more of such punishments in
the sentences imposed. A bad conduct discharge shall not be adjudged
unless a complete record of the proceedings and testimony before the
court has been made.