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Contents  of  the  Forwarding  Endorsements - 14135_136
Figure  5-11.-Sample  NJP  appeal. to deduce the appropriate ground implied in the letter. him or her to relief. The offender should avoid un- Unartful  craftsmanship  or  draftsmanship  or  improper addressees or other administrative irregularities are not grounds for refusing to send the appeal to the reviewing authority.  If  you  note  any  administrative  mistakes,  if material, correct them in the endorsement that sends the appeal. Thus, if an accused does not address his or her letter to all appropriate commanders in the chain of command, just readdress and send the appeal to the proper authority. Do not send the appeal back to the accused  for  redrafting  since  the  appeal  should  be  sent promptly to the reviewing authority. The appellant’s letter begins the review process and is a quasi-legal document. It should be temperate and state the facts and opinions the accused believes entitles founded  allegations  on  the  character  or  personality  of the officer imposing punishment. See Article 1108,  U.S. Navy Regulations, 1990. The accused, however, should state the reasons for his or her appeal as clearly as possible.  Supporting  documentation  in  the  form  of statements  of  other  persons  or  personnel  records  may be submitted if the accused desires. In no case is the failure of the accused to do these things a lawful reason for  refusing  to  process  the  appeal.  Finally,  should  the accused desire that his or her restraint punishment or extra duties be stayed pending the appeal, he or she should specifically request this in the letter. Refer to figure 5-11 for a sample of an accused’s letter of appeal. 5-31

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