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Figure  6-19.—Sentence  worksheet—Continued. Conditions  on  Liberty Conditions  on  liberty  are  imposed  by  orders directing a person to do or refrain from doing specified acts. Conditions may be imposed in conjunction with other forms of restraint or separately. Arrest Arrest is the restraint of a person by oral or written order,  not  imposed  as  punishment,  directing  the  person to remain within specified limits. A person in the status of  arrest  may  not  be  required  to  perform  full  military duties  such  as  commanding  or  supervising  personnel, serving as guard, or bearing arms. The status of arrest automatically  ends  when  the  person  is  placed,  by  the authority who ordered the arrest or a superior authority, on duty inconsistent with the status of arrest, but this does not prevent the person arrested from doing ordinary cleaning or policing, or taking part in routine training and  duties. The two most common types of pretrial restraint used in the naval service are restriction in lieu of arrest and  confinement  (pretrial  restriction  and  pretrial confinement).  We  will  now  discuss  these  and  what rights are given to an accused placed under either of these types of restraint. Pretrial Restriction (Restriction in Lieu of Arrest) Pretrial restriction or restriction is the restraint of a person by oral or written orders directing the person to 6-31 \ \\ _  . \

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