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SECTION 130.67
Review counsel
Military (MIL) CHAPTER 36, ARTICLE 7, PART 9
§ 130.67. Review counsel. (a) Upon the final review of a sentence of
a general court-martial or of a sentence to a bad-conduct discharge or
of a sentence to any confinement the accused shall have the right to be
represented by counsel before the reviewing authority, the staff judge
advocate or legal officer, as the case may be, and before the state
judge advocate.

(b) Upon the request of an accused entitled to be so represented, the
state judge advocate shall appoint a lawyer who is a member of the
organized militia or on the state reserve list or the state retired
list, if available, to represent the accused before the reviewing
authority, the staff judge advocate, or legal officer, as the case may
be, and before the state judge advocate, in the review of cases
specified in subdivision (a) of this section.

(c) An accused entitled to be so represented may be represented before
the reviewing authority, the staff judge advocate or legal officer, as
the case may be, and before the state judge advocate, by civilian
counsel if provided by him.