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9-17. In what case may COs allow the delivery  of  military  members  to foreign  authorities? 1. Only upon commission of a capital  offense 2. Only when a status of forces agreement  exists  with  the government   concerned 3. Only  when  the  member  consents 4. Only when the government concerned  signs  a  delivery agreement 9-18. Which  of  the  following  items  of information  must  be  included  when  a delivery  agreement  is  prepared? 1. The  alleged  charge  against  the person 2. The place the person is to be delivered 3. A statement that there will be no  expenses  incurred  by  the Navy  in  delivering  the  person 4. Each of the above 9-19. When a member who has been delivered  to  civil  authorities  has been  released  on  bail  awaiting trial,  which  of  the  following actions  should  a  commanding  officer take? 1. Determine  how  much  restriction is required to keep the member available  for  trial 2. Determine  what  date  the  trial is to be held 3. Determine  what  disciplinary action  should  be  taken  against the  member 4. Determine how much lost time should be charged against the member 9-20. When a state requests that a military  prisoner  be  delivered  for trial before a state court, what official  should  act  as  liaison between  the  state  and  military authorities? 9-21. What item should be attached as an enclosure to the report of refusal of delivery of a member to civil authorities? 1. Statement by the member’s CO as to why delivery was refused 2. Statement by the member as to why  delivery  should  be  refused 3. A copy of the warrant of arrest 4. A copy of the judge advocate’s advice and review of the warrant 9-22. Which  of  the  following  information must be included in the text of a report of refusal of delivery? 1. Title of the person to whom delivery  was  refused 2. The  reason  for  refusal 3. Description  of  military crime(s)  charged 4. Each of the above 9-23. A copy of the refusal to deliver report should be sent to the area coordinator  and  what  other official? 1. SECNAV (JAG) 2. State  official  requesting delivery 3. CHNAVPERS 4. CO of nearest NLSO 9-24. What  official  has  the  authority  to deny a request from a state for delivery of a military prisoner for trial by a state court? 1. Director,  Bureau  of  Prisons 2. SECNAV (JAG) 3. CHNAVPERS 4. The cognizant Navy or Marine Corps  judge  advocate 1. The  Director,  Bureau  of  Prisons 2. SECNAV (JAG) 3. CHNAVFERS 4. The  responsible  Navy  or  Marine Corps  staff  judge  advocate 54

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