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. To testify at his or her own request, but not be called as a witness l To refuse to incriminate himself or herself and, if accused or suspected of an offense, to be informed of the  nature  of  the  accusation  and  advised  that  no statement regarding the offense that he or she is accused or suspected is required, and that any statement made by him or her maybe used as evidence against him or her in a trial by court-martial . To make a voluntary statement, oral or written, sworn  or  unsworn,  to  be  included  in  the  record  of .  To  make  an  argument  at  the  conclusion  of presentation  of  evidence . To be properly advised concerning the Privacy Act . To challenge members of the court of inquiry and the IO or, when assigned, the president and any member  of  the  investigation  required  to  conduct  a hearing for cause Figure 13-7 illustrates the circumstances under which  particular  fact-finding  bodies  may  designate parties as well as who may be designated (military proceedings and/or  civilian  personnel). COURT  OF  INQUIRY Designee When  Designated Designation Any person subject to Conduct  or  performance Mandatory the  UCMJ of duty subject to inquiry Any person subject to Direct interests in Mandatory the UCMJ or employed by subject of inquiry upon his or DOD her  request Any member of of the USNR Conduct  or  performance Optional or USMC not subject to the of duty subject to upon his or UCMJ by virtue of his or her inquiry her  request status No other person without SECNAV (JAG)  approval INVESTIGATIONS  REQUIRED  TO  CONDUCT  A  HEARING Designee When   Designated Designation Any member of the naval Conduct  or  performance Optional service subject to the UCMJ of duty subject to inquiry Any member of any other armed Conduct  or  performance Optional force other than Navy or Marine of duty subject to upon his or Corps, subject to the UCMJ, DOD inquiry her  request employees, any member of the USNR or USMC not subject by virtue of his or her status No other person without  SECNAV (JAG)  approval Figure  13-7.-Chart  showing  circumstances  under  which  particular  fact-finding  bodies  may  designate  parties. 13-16

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