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COURT-MARTIAL PARTICIPANT ORAL  (SPOKEN) TYPED Military  Judge JUDGE MJ: President  (speaking  as  presiding  officer) PREZ PRES: Court  Member MEMBER LT DOE MBR (LT DOE): Trial  Counsel PROS TC: Assistant Trial Counsel ATC ATC: Defense   Counsel DEF DC: Assistant  Defense  Counsel ADC ADC: Individual  Military  Counsel MC IMC: Individual  Civilian  Counsel ICC ICC: Witness (when speaking but not answering a question WITNESS WIT on  examination) Accused  (when  speaking  but  not  answering  a  question ACCUSED ACC: on examination as a witness on his or her own behalf) SLIPS OF THE TONGUE, FALSE  STARTS the presence of the court members, and the reporter You must record the testimony of witnesses and the  remarks  of  court  personnel  and  transcribe verbatim   all   slips   of   the   tongue,   false   starts, interruptions,  and  pauses.   When  the  person  speaking interrupts  himself  or  herself  or  pauses,  use  two hyphens to show this interruption; example: Q.  What  did  he  tell  you? A. Well, I– –I’m not really certain. When  the  person  speaking  is  interrupted  by  another, use four hyphens to show this type of interruption; example: Q.      What did the commander tell you? A. He told me that– – – – DC:   I object. What the commander said is hearsay. REPORTER’S  REMARKS Paragraph  49b  of  the  MCM,  in  discussing  the duties of the reporter, states in part, “It is the duty of the reporter to include in the record everything that is said or takes place in open sessions, hearings out of will  omit  no  portion  of  these  proceedings  from  the record.” (Emphasis supplied.) You must record such acts as a witness pointing to the  accused  when  identifying  the  accused,  or  any other  motion  or  movement  of  personnel  in  the courtroom  (other  than  spectators).  Reporting  these reporter’s remarks is called ad libbing. Enclose your remark in brackets, except SSEs, to show that it is a reporter’s remark or an ad lib. Report the swearing, opening, closing, recessing, adjourning of the court, or the calling and excusing of witnesses with SSEs. Notations by the reporter that are   required   to   be   enclosed   in   brackets   should commence, if possible, on the same line or on the next immediate  line;  for  example:  A.  [Pointing  in  the direction of the accused.] That’s him over there. Insert  other  reporter  notations,  where  brackets  are not required, two lines below the preceding line and indent  them  two  spaces  from  the  left  margin; example: Lieutenant (junior grade) Hatch, the challenged member,  withdrew  from  the  courtroom. 3-9

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