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Art. 8. Apprehension of Deserters Any  civil  officer  having  authority  to apprehend offenders under the laws of the United  States  or  of  a  State,  Territory, Commonwealth,   or   possession,   or   the District  of  Columbia  may  summarily apprehend  a  deserter  from  the  armed forces and deliver him into the custody of those  forces. When a military service sends out a descrip- tion of a deserter, with a request for the deserter’s apprehension,  the  notice  gives  civil  officers  the authority  to  apprehend  the  person. Art. 9. Imposition of Restraint (a) Arrest is the restraint of a person by an order, not imposed as a punishment for  an  offense,  directing  him  to  remain within  certain  specified  limits.  Confine- ment is the physical restraint of a person. (b)  An  enlisted  member  may  be ordered into arrest or confinement by any commissioned  officer  by  an  order,  oral  or written,  delivered  in  person  or  through other persons subject to this code. A com- manding  officer  may  authorize  warrant officers,   petty   officers,   or   noncommis- sioned officers to order enlisted members of his command or subject to his authority into  arrest  or  confinement. (c)  A  commissioned  officer,  a  warrant officer,  or  a  civilian  subject  to  this  code or to trial thereunder may be ordered into arrest or confinement only by a command- ing  officer  to  whose  authority  he  is subject,  by  an  order,  oral  or  written, delivered in person or by another commis- sioned officer. The authority to order such persons  into  arrest  or  confinement  may  not be delegated. (d)  No  person  may  be  ordered  into arrest or confinement except for probable cause. (e)  Nothing  in  this  article  limits the   authority   of   persons   authorized   to apprehend offenders to secure the custody of   an   alleged   offender   until   proper authority  may  be  notified. Art. 10. Restraint of Persons Charged With Offenses Any  person  subject  to  this  code  charged with  an  offense  under  this  code  shall  be ordered   into   arrest   or   confinement,   as circumstances   may   require;   but   when charged  only  with  an  offense  normally tried  by  a  summary  court-martial,  he  shall not  ordinarily  be  placed  in  confinement. When  any  person  subject  to  this  code  is placed  in  arrest  or  confinement  prior  to trial, immediate steps shall be taken to in- form  him  of  the  specific  wrong  of  which he is accused and to try him or to dismiss the charges and release him. As  the  words   “normally”   and   “or- dinarily”   imply,   the   provisions   of   this article may not apply in exceptional cases. Whether  to  confine,  arrest,  or  restrict  a person  in  lieu  of  arrest  is  within  the discretion of the officer having the power to do so. What this article says, in effect, is that in most instances confinement is not necessary  for  persons  accused  of  minor offenses. Art. 11. Reports and Receiving of Prisoners (a)  No  provost  marshall,  commander or a guard, or master-at-arms may refuse to receive or keep any prisoner committed to his charge by a commissioned officer of the armed forces, when the committing of- ficer  furnishes  a  statement,  signed  by  him, of the offense charged against the prisoner. (b) Every commander of the guard or master-at-arms  to  whose  charge  a  prisoner is   committed   shall,   within   twenty-four hours after that commitment or as soon as he  is  relieved  from  guard,  report  to  the commanding   officer   the   name   of   the prisoner, the offense charged against him, and the name of the person who ordered or  authorized  the  commitment. An  arrest  is  imposed  by  notification  to  the person  to  be  arrested  that  he  or  she  is  under 6-8

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