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Sec. 27-141. Definitions.
Sec. 27-142. Applicability of chapter.
Sec. 27-143. Dismissal of commissioned officer.
Sec. 27-144. Applicability of code in and out of state.
Sec. 27-145. Judge advocates and legal officers.
Sec. 27-146. Apprehension of offenders. Quelling of disturbances.
Sec. 27-147. Apprehension of deserters by civil officers.
Sec. 27-148. Arrest or confinement of enlisted personnel and officers.
Sec. 27-149. Restraint of persons charged with offenses.
Sec. 27-150. Place of confinement.
Sec. 27-151. Duty of community correctional center, jail and prison officers.
Sec. 27-152. Punishment prohibited before trial.
Sec. 27-153. Trial by civil authority.
Sec. 27-154. Nonjudicial disciplinary punishments for minor offenses.
Sec. 27-155. Kinds of courts-martial.
Sec. 27-156. Jurisdiction of forces.
Sec. 27-157. Jurisdiction of general courts-martial.
Sec. 27-158. Jurisdiction of special courts-martial.
Sec. 27-159. Jurisdiction of summary courts-martial.
Sec. 27-160. Approval of Governor prerequisite to execution of dismissal or dishonorable discharge sentence.
Sec. 27-161. Court-martial to have complete record of procedures and testimony.
Sec. 27-162. Sentence of confinement in lieu of fine.
Sec. 27-163. Convening of general courts-martial by Governor.
Sec. 27-164. Commanding officer may convene special courts-martial.
Sec. 27-165. Commanding officer may convene summary courts-martial.
Sec. 27-166. Who may serve on courts-martial.
Sec. 27-167. Military judge of general or special court-martial.
Sec. 27-168. Trial and defense counsel.
Sec. 27-169. Court reporters. Interpreters.
Sec. 27-170. Absent and additional members.
Sec. 27-171. Preferring of charges.
Sec. 27-172. Protection against self-incrimination.
Sec. 27-173. Preliminary investigation. Rights of accused.
Sec. 27-174. Charges and investigation papers forwarded to Governor.
Sec. 27-175. Advice of staff judge advocate and reference for trial. Corrections in charges and specifications.
Sec. 27-176. Service of charges on accused. Time for trial.
Sec. 27-177. Mittimus for confinement on failure to appear for trial. Bail. Confinement pending trial.
Sec. 27-178. Procedure. Rules of evidence.
Sec. 27-179. Censure of court or member, coercion prohibited.
Sec. 27-180. Prosecution. Trial counsel. Defense counsel. Assistant counsel.
Sec. 27-181. Sessions.
Sec. 27-182. Continuance.
Sec. 27-183. Challenges.
Sec. 27-184. Oaths.
Sec. 27-185. Statute of limitations.
Sec. 27-186. Second trial for same offense prohibited.
Sec. 27-187. Pleading by accused.
Sec. 27-188. Obtaining of witnesses and evidence.
Sec. 27-189. Refusal of witness to appear. Witness fees.
Sec. 27-190. Contempt.
Sec. 27-191. Depositions.
Sec. 27-192. Sworn testimony in record of court of inquiry admissible, when.
Sec. 27-193. Voting by members of court-martial. Rulings on questions. Determinations by military judge.
Sec. 27-194. Two-thirds vote required for conviction and sentence. Majority vote for other questions. Tie vote.
Sec. 27-195. Announcement of findings and sentence.
Sec. 27-196. Record of proceedings. Authentication. Copy to accused.
Sec. 27-197. Cruel punishments prohibited.
Sec. 27-198. Governor to prescribe table of maximum punishments.
Sec. 27-199. Forfeiture of pay and allowances. Running of period of confinement.
Sec. 27-200. Place of confinement. Hard labor.
Sec. 27-201. Authority of convening authority over execution of sentence.
Sec. 27-202. Record forwarded to convening authority. Action thereon.
Sec. 27-203. Record of general court-martial referred to staff judge advocate.
Sec. 27-204. Return of record to court for reconsideration or correction of error.
Sec. 27-205. Convening authority may order rehearing.
Sec. 27-206. Approval by convening authority.
Sec. 27-207. Review by Governor or Judge Advocate.
Sec. 27-208. Effect of error of law. Approval of guilty finding may be limited to lesser offense.
Sec. 27-209. Rights of accused before reviewing authority.
Sec. 27-210. Vacation of suspension of sentence.
Sec. 27-211. Petition for new trial.
Sec. 27-212. Remission or suspension of unexecuted part of sentence. Substitution of administrative discharge for court-martial discharge.
Sec. 27-213. Restoration of rights and property after sentence set aside or disapproved. Different form of discharge after new trial. Reappointment of officer after new trial.
Sec. 27-214. Finality and binding effect of actions.
Sec. 27-215. No trial for offense not committed on duty.
Sec. 27-216. Principal defined.
Sec. 27-217. Accessory after the fact.
Sec. 27-218. Finding of guilty of offense included in charge or of attempt to commit offense charged or included in charge.
Sec. 27-219. Attempt to commit an offense.
Sec. 27-220. Conspiracy.
Sec. 27-221. Solicitation to desertion, mutiny, misbehavior or sedition.
Sec. 27-222. Procuring of enlistment or separation by false representations or concealment.
Sec. 27-223. Effecting of enlistment, appointment or separation of ineligible person.
Sec. 27-224. Desertion.
Sec. 27-225. Absence without leave.
Sec. 27-226. Missing movement.
Sec. 27-227. Contempt towards President or Governor.
Sec. 27-228. Disrespect towards superior officer.
Sec. 27-229. Assaulting or disobeying command of superior officer.
Sec. 27-230. Offenses against warrant officer, noncommissioned officer or petty officer.
Sec. 27-231. Failure to obey orders or regulations.
Sec. 27-232. Cruelty, oppression or maltreatment of subordinate.
Sec. 27-233. Mutiny. Sedition.
Sec. 27-234. Resisting or breaking arrest. Escape.
Sec. 27-235. Illegal release of prisoner. Aiding escape.
Sec. 27-236. Illegal arrest or confinement of another.
Sec. 27-237. Unnecessary delay in disposition of case. Failure to observe trial provisions.
Sec. 27-238. Misbehavior in presence of enemy.
Sec. 27-239. Compelling surrender or abandonment to enemy.
Sec. 27-240. Disclosure of parole or countersign.
Sec. 27-241. Forcing of safeguard.
Sec. 27-242. Illegal disposition of captured property. Looting.
Sec. 27-243. Aiding enemy.
Sec. 27-244. Improper acts as prisoner of war.
Sec. 27-245. False official statements.
Sec. 27-246. Misuse of military property.
Sec. 27-247. Misuse of government property other than military.
Sec. 27-248. Wrongful hazard of military vessel.
Sec. 27-249. Drunken or reckless operation of vehicle.
Sec. 27-250. Drinking or sleeping on duty; leaving post before relieved.
Sec. 27-251. Dueling.
Sec. 27-252. Malingering; intentional self-injury.
Sec. 27-253. Riot. Breach of peace.
Sec. 27-254. Use of provocative or reproachful words or gestures towards another.
Sec. 27-255. Attempt to harm another.
Sec. 27-256. Perjury.
Sec. 27-257. Fraudulent claims. False oath. Forgery. Fraud.
Sec. 27-258. Larceny; wrongful appropriation.
Sec. 27-259. Conduct unbecoming an officer and gentleman.
Sec. 27-260. Crimes excepted from court-martial jurisdiction.
Sec. 27-261. Court of inquiry.
Sec. 27-262. Administration of oaths.
Sec. 27-263. Code to be explained to military personnel.
Sec. 27-264. Complaint against superior officers.
Sec. 27-265. Investigation of complaint of damage by military personnel. Assessment of damages.
Sec. 27-266. Execution of process and sentences by civil officers.
Sec. 27-267. Issuance and execution of process by military courts.
Sec. 27-268. Payment of fines.
Sec. 27-269. Immunity for action of military court.
Sec. 27-270. Presumption of jurisdiction of military courts and boards.
Sec. 27-271. Governor may delegate certain authority.
Sec. 27-272. Payment of court expenses.
Sec. 27-273. Uniform construction.
Sec. 27-274. Short title: Connecticut Code of Military Justice.