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Chart Showing Circumstances Under which Particular Fact-Finding Bodies may Designate Parties - 14135_366
and an additional copy for JAG. In cases involving death  or  injury  to  service  members,  JAG  receives  the original  and  three  copies.  When  certain  types  of incidents  are  investigated,  send  advance  copies  of  the investigative report as soon as possible. Investigations requiring  advance  copies  include  the  following: l l l l l l l l Admiralty cases Collisions Loss or stranding of a ship Postal  losses Serious  incidents Deaths/serious   inquiries Material  property  damages Claims   investigations In  all  cases  where  it  is  appropriate  to  send  an advance  copy  of  an  investigation  to  JAG,  the  advance copy  will  be  sent  by  an  officer  exercising  general court-martial  jurisdiction  (OEGCMJ)  and  will  include that officer’s endorsement. RELEASING  INVESTIGATIONS Convening  and  reviewing  authorities  are  not authorized to release JAGMAN investigations. The CNO   (OP-09N)   is   the   release   authority   for investigations  involving  classified  information  and  JAG is   the   release   authority   for   all   other   JAGMAN investigations. The other types of administrative investigations conducted are the court of inquiry and the investigation required  to  conduct  a  hearing.  As  stated  earlier, procedural y there are only two types. Let’s look at the second  type  of  administrative  investigations  now. COURTS OF INQUIRY AND INVESTIGATIONS REQUIRED TO CONDUCT A HEARING Other  than  conducting  a  hearing,  the  common thread that runs between a court of inquiry and an investigation  required  to  conduct  a  hearing  is  the concept of parties. PARTIES A party is a person subject to the UCMJ who has properly been designated as such in connection with a court of inquiry or an investigation required to conduct a hearing whose conduct is the subject of the inquiry or who has a direct interest in the inquiry. Upon request, an  employee  of  the  Department  of  Defense  (DOD) having a direct interest in the subject of the inquiry must be designated as a party. Designation as a party affords that   individual   a   hearing   on   possible   adverse information concerning him or her. A person’s conduct or performance is subject to inquiry when that person is involved in the incident under investigation in such a way that disciplinary action may follow, that rights or privileges may be adversely  affected,  or  that  personal  reputation  or professional standing may be jeopardized. A person has a direct interest in the subject of inquiry  when  (1)  the  findings,  opinions,  or recommendations may, in view of his or her relation to the  incident  or  circumstances  under  investigation, reflect   questionable   or   unsatisfactory   conduct   or performance of duty or (2) the findings, opinions, or recommendations may relate to a matter over which the person has a duty or a right to exercise control. The CA of the court of inquiry or investigation required to conduct a hearing may designate parties, or the  fact-finding  body  may  be  expressly  authorized  by the CA to designate parties. A person designated as a party before a court of inquiry or an investigation required to conduct a hearing has the following rights: .  To  be  given  due  notice  of  such  designation . To be present during the proceedings, except when  the  investigation  is  cleared  for  deliberations .  To  be  represented  by  counsel .  To  be  informed  of  the  purpose  of  the investigation  and  be  provided  with  a  copy  of  the appointing  order .  To  examine  and  object  to  the  introduction  of physical   and   documentary   evidence   and   written statements . To object to the testimony of witnesses and to cross-examine  witnesses  other  than  his  or  her  own .   To   request   that   the   court   of   inquiry   or investigation  obtain  documents  and  testimony  of witnesses,  or  pursue  additional  areas  of  inquiry . To introduce evidence 13-15

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