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§ 5907. Disposition of records after review by the convening authority. (a) Final action by Governor.--When the Governor has taken final action in a court-martial case in which he is the convening authority, there shall be no further review. (b) Final action by other authority.--When a convening authority other than the Governor has taken final action in a general court-martial case, he shall forward the entire record, including his action thereon and the opinion or opinions of the staff judge advocate or legal officer, to the State Judge Advocate. (c) Bad conduct discharge.--Where the sentence of a special court-martial as approved by the convening authority includes a bad-conduct discharge, whether or not suspended, the record shall be forwarded to the officer exercising general court- martial jurisdiction over the command to be reviewed in the same manner as a record of trial by a general court-martial. If the sentence as approved by an officer exercising general court- martial jurisdiction includes a bad-conduct discharge, whether or not suspended, the record shall be forwarded to the State Judge Advocate. (d) Review and disposition of other records.--All other special and summary court-martial records shall be reviewed by a judge advocate of the Army National Guard or Air National Guard and shall be transmitted and disposed of as the Adjutant General may prescribe by regulations.

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Statutes > Pennsylvania > Title-51 > Chapter-59 > 5907

§ 5907. Disposition of records after review by the convening authority. (a) Final action by Governor.--When the Governor has taken final action in a court-martial case in which he is the convening authority, there shall be no further review. (b) Final action by other authority.--When a convening authority other than the Governor has taken final action in a general court-martial case, he shall forward the entire record, including his action thereon and the opinion or opinions of the staff judge advocate or legal officer, to the State Judge Advocate. (c) Bad conduct discharge.--Where the sentence of a special court-martial as approved by the convening authority includes a bad-conduct discharge, whether or not suspended, the record shall be forwarded to the officer exercising general court- martial jurisdiction over the command to be reviewed in the same manner as a record of trial by a general court-martial. If the sentence as approved by an officer exercising general court- martial jurisdiction includes a bad-conduct discharge, whether or not suspended, the record shall be forwarded to the State Judge Advocate. (d) Review and disposition of other records.--All other special and summary court-martial records shall be reviewed by a judge advocate of the Army National Guard or Air National Guard and shall be transmitted and disposed of as the Adjutant General may prescribe by regulations.

State Codes and Statutes

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Statutes > Pennsylvania > Title-51 > Chapter-59 > 5907

§ 5907. Disposition of records after review by the convening authority. (a) Final action by Governor.--When the Governor has taken final action in a court-martial case in which he is the convening authority, there shall be no further review. (b) Final action by other authority.--When a convening authority other than the Governor has taken final action in a general court-martial case, he shall forward the entire record, including his action thereon and the opinion or opinions of the staff judge advocate or legal officer, to the State Judge Advocate. (c) Bad conduct discharge.--Where the sentence of a special court-martial as approved by the convening authority includes a bad-conduct discharge, whether or not suspended, the record shall be forwarded to the officer exercising general court- martial jurisdiction over the command to be reviewed in the same manner as a record of trial by a general court-martial. If the sentence as approved by an officer exercising general court- martial jurisdiction includes a bad-conduct discharge, whether or not suspended, the record shall be forwarded to the State Judge Advocate. (d) Review and disposition of other records.--All other special and summary court-martial records shall be reviewed by a judge advocate of the Army National Guard or Air National Guard and shall be transmitted and disposed of as the Adjutant General may prescribe by regulations.

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