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such   order.   Examples   are   lawful   orders   of   a sentinel  or  of  members  of  the  armed  forces  police. Dereliction  in  the  performance  of  duties occurs when a person willfully or negligently fails to perform them or performs them in a culpably inefficient manner. To be culpably inefficient, an accused must have had the ability and opportunity to  perform  the  assigned  duties  efficiently,  but performed  them  inefficiently  nevertheless. Art. 93. Cruelty and Maltreatment Any person subject to this code who is guilty of cruelty toward, or oppression or maltreatment of, any person subject to his orders  shall  be  punished  as  a  court-martial may direct. The  cruelty,  oppression,  or  maltreatment  must be  real,  although  not  necessarily  physical.  To assault and to subject to improper punishment are examples  of  this  offense.  The  assignment  of necessary or proper duties and the requirement for their correct performance will not constitute this offense even though such duties are arduous or  hazardous  or  both. Art. 96. Releasing Prisoner Without Proper Authority Any  person  subject  to  this  code  who, without   proper   authority,   releases   any prisoner committed to his charge, or who through neglect or design suffers any such prisoner to escape, shall be punished as a court-martial  may  direct,  whether  or  not the   prisoner   was   committed   in   strict compliance  with  law. Art. 97. Unlawful Detention Any  person  subject  to  this  code  who, except  as  provided  by  law,  apprehends, arrests,  or  confines  any  person  shall  be punished  as  a  court-martial  may  direct. Any  unlawful  restraint  of  another’s  freedom will result in a violation of this article, whether or not such action is taken under the appearance of  authority. Art. 98. Noncompliance With Procedural Rules Any person subject to this code who— Art. 94. Mutiny or Sedition There are two distinct types of mutiny, both requiring an intent to usurp (to seize and hold by force  without  the  legal  right  or  authority)  or  over- ride  military  authority.  One  type  would  be  the creation  of  violence  or  disturbance  with  the intent   to   commit   mutiny.   This   act   may   be committed by one person acting alone or by more than  one.  The  other  type  of  mutiny  consists  of a  refusal  in  concert  (in  agreement)  with  any  other person  to  obey  or  otherwise  do  one’s  duty.  This second type of mutiny constitutes what is termed collective insubordination; it necessarily includes some  combination  of  two  or  more  persons  in resisting lawful military authority. Art.  95.  Resistance,  Breach  of  Arrest,  and Escape Any  person  subject  to  this  code  who resists  apprehension  or  breaks  arrest  or who escapes from custody or confinement shall be punished as a court-martial may direct. (1)   is   responsible   for   un- necessary  delay  in  the  deposition  of any case of a person accused of an offense  under  this  code;  or (2) knowingly and intentionally fails to enforce or comply with any provision of this code regulating the proceedings  before,  during,  or  after trial  of  an  accused; shall be punished as a court-martial may direct. Art. 99. Misbehavior Before the Enemy Any member of the armed forces who before or in the presence of the enemy— (1)  runs  away; (2)  shamefully  abandons,  sur- renders,  or  delivers  up  any  com- mand,  unit,  place,  or  military property  which  it  is  his  duty  to defend; 6-16

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