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state territory, or commonwealth, or a ship within the territorial waters thereof, take the following action. Deliver  the  person  for  the  purpose  of  making  that person amenable to prosecution. The delivery must be approved  by  any  officer  exercising  general  court-mar- tial  jurisdiction  (OEGCMJ),  or  by  an  officer  desig- nated by him or her, or by any CO. The OEGCMJ or CO must consult with judge advocate of the Navy or Marine  Corps  before  authorizing  delivery.  Before  de- livery,  the  OEGCMJ  or  CO  must  follow  the  provi- sions of the JAGMAN subject to any exceptions that are discussed later in this chapter. The  member  may  be  delivered  upon  formal  or informal waiver of extradition, or upon presentation of a fugitive warrant. Both of these procedures are discussed later in this chapter. The  previous  rule  applies  equally  to  civilian  emp- loyees  when  located  on  a  Department  of  the  Navy ( DON) installation not within the requesting state. Waiver of Extradition Any  person  may   waive  formal  extradition.  A waiver  must  be  in  writing  and  witnessed.  The  waiver must include a statement that the person signing it has received  counsel  of  either  a  military  or  civilian  attor- ney  before  executing  the  waiver.  The  waiver  must further state the name and address of the attorney consulted. The form used for the waiver should be substantially as shown in figure 10-1. Mail all exe- cuted  copies  of  the  waiver  to  the  Judge  Advocate General  (JAG)  immediately  after  their  execution. In  every  case  where  there  is  doubt  about  the  vol- untary  nature  of  a  waiver,  such  doubt  is  resolved against its use. All persons concerned must be advised to comply with the procedures set forth for fugitive warrants. When an individual declines to waive extradition. You need to inform the nearest NLSO or Marine Corps staff   judge   advocate   (SJA)   since   further   repre- sentations  to  the  civil  authorities  may  be  needed.  Do not  allow  the  transfer  of  the  individual  concerned  out of the state in which he or she is then located without the permission of the Secretary of the Navy (SEC- NAV)  (JAG),  unless  you  have  obtained  a  fugitive warrant. Fugitive Warrants A  fugitive  warrant,  as  defined  in  this  chap- ter, is a warrant issued by a state court of competent jurisdiction  for  the  arrest  of  an  individual.  Normally, a state requesting delivery of a member from another state  will  issue  a  fugitive  warrant  to  the  state  where the member is then located. Upon issuance of a fugitive warrant by the re- questing state to the state where the member is lo- cated, the latter state will normally request delivery of the member to local state authorities. Delivery to local state officials should be arranged by authorized Navy or  Marine  Corps  officers  subject  to  the  conditions  set forth  in  the  JAGMAN  and  the  following  discussion. Upon receipt of a request for delivery of a mem- ber  under  fugitive  warrant  to  state  authorities,  if  the member  voluntarily  waives  extradition,  the  provi- sions for the waiver of extradition apply. If the mem- ber  is  delivered  to  local  authorities  but  refuses  to waive extradition, he or she will have the opportunity to  contest  extradition  in  the  courts  of  the  state  in which he or she is then located. No  delivery  of  a  member  by  Navy  or  Marine Corps  officers  pursuant  to  a  fugitive  warrant  or waiver of extradition can be done without the comple- tion and execution of the delivery agreement required by the JAGMAN. The agreement is executed when (1) the authorities of both the requesting state and the state in which the member is located have signed it or (2) the authorities of the state in which the member is located  have  signed  the  agreement.  This  provision applies only if such authorities, on behalf of the re- questing  state,  accept  full  responsibility  for  returning the member to a command designated by the DON. PERSONNEL STATIONED OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES Persons desired by local   U.S. authorities—when delivery of any member of the Navy or Marine Corps, or any civilian employee or dependent, is desired for trial by state, territory, commonwealth, or local civil authorities  and  the  individual  whose  presence  is sought  is  stationed  outside  the  United  States,  follow the  provision  of  Department  of  Defense  (DOD)  Direc- tive  5525.9  of  27  December  1988,  Compliance  of DOD  Members,  Employees,  and  Family  Members Outside  the  United  States  with  Court  Orders,  as  im- plemented  in  SECNAVINST  5820.9.  In  all  such cases, you should consult with the nearest judge advo- cate of the Navy or Marine Corps before any action is taken. Members  desired  by  U.S.  federal  authorities— when  the  delivery  of  any  member  of  the  Navy  or 10-2

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