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b. All specifications are in proper form and allege offenses under the Code. The allegations of all offenses are warranted by evidence adduced at the investigation. {An allegation of offense is warranted if the evidence indicated in the report shows that there is probable cause to believe that the offense was committed, and that the accused is the person who committed  it.} d. A court-martial will have jurisdiction over the accused and the offenses charged. 7. Recommendation. I recommend trial by * court-martial on all charges and specifications, 8. Action  by  Officer  Exercising  General  Court-Martial  Jurisdiction a. You are empowered to refer the subject charges to any type of trial by court-martial, provided that you find: (1) that the court-martial has jurisdiction over the accused and the offenses, and (2) that each charge so referred alleges an offense under the Code and is warranted by evidence indicated in the report of investigation. b. You may dispose of the case under Article 15, UCMJ. c. You may dismiss the charge(s) and specification(s) entirely. d. As a general rule, a charge should not be referred for trial unless such disposition is considered clearly necessary and, if tried at all, should be tried by the lowest court with power to adjudge  an  appropriate  and  adequate  punishment. e. An endorsement on the charge sheet implementing the recommendation made above is attached for signature if you desire to effect such disposition. Otherwise, appropriate action will be prepared to effect any other disposition that you may desire. Very  respectfully, SJA’s  NAME,  RANK DIRECTION OF THE CONVENING AUTHORITY 1. All opinions and recommendations of the staff judge advocate are approved. 2. Trial  by  general  court-martial  is  directed. GCM CA NAME RANK,  ORGANIZATION TITLE Figure 7-7.—Article 34 advice of the staff judge advocate-Continued. 7-29

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