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4-10. A CO who has imposed NJP may not later refer the same case to a court-martial. 1. True 2. False 4-11. A member may only be taken to NJP when acquitted by which of the following  courts? 1. Juvenile court 2. Federal district court 3. Special   court-martial 4. General court-martial 4-12. Where should instructions be found for  processing  a  Report  and Disposition  of  Offense(s),  NAVPERS Form  1626/7? 1. JAGMAN 2. MCM 3. BUPERSINST  1626.1 4. On the form itself 4-13. The  NAVPERS  Form  1626/7  serves  all EXCEPT which of the following functions? 1. Records any premast restraint 2. Serves as a preliminary inquiry report 3. Records that the appeal rights have been explained to the accused 4. Includes  all  premast  rights that must be given to the accused 4-14. In  what  manner  should  witnesses  be listed on the NAVPERS Form 1626/7? 1. Civilian  witnesses  and  then military witnesses in order of seniority 2. Military witnesses and then civilian  witness  in alphabetical  order 3. Military witnesses by seniority and  then  civilians 4. Military and civilian witnesses in the order of involvement in the  offense 4-15. If an accused refuses to sign the NAVPERS Form 1626/7 acknowledging being  informed  of  the  accusation(s) against him or her, what action must be taken? 1. The  person  informing  the accused must sign for the accused 2. The witness signs the form attesting  to  that  fact 3. The accused must be given a direct order to sign the form and if he or she still refuses, he or she is charged with an Article 91 violation 4. The form is forwarded without any  signatures  and  the  person informing  the  accused  must provide  a  voluntary  statement 4-16. Who must sign the premast restraint section of the NAVPERS Form 1626/7 when  restriction  is  imposed? 1. The accused only 2. The CO and the accused 3. The person informing the accused  of  the  offense(s)  and the  accused 4. The  person  imposing  the restraint  and  the  accused 4-17. NJP  preheating  rights  may  be  found in which of the following places? 1. JAGMAN,  chapter  1 2. JAGW,  appendix  A-1-b,  A-1-c, and  A-1-d 3. MCM 4. On the report chit 4-18. The term  Booker  rights  includes which  of  the  following  rights? 1. The  accused  was  offered  an opportunity  to  talk  with  an attorney  before  deciding whether to demand trial by court-martial 2. The accused was informed that acceptance  of  NJP  does  not prevent  further  administrative action 3. The  accused  was  offered  an opportunity  to  demand  trial  by court-martial 4. All of the above 23

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