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summary   court-martial   under   R.C.M.   1302,   the endorsement  should  be  completed  with  the  additional comment, “Only officer present in the command.” The summary court-martial officer, or the trial counsel in a special court-martial, will provide the accused with a copy of the charge sheet. The date this is done is the last entry on the charge sheet. This date is used to determine the earliest date that the accused may be tried. An accused may not be tried by a special court-martial within 3 days after being served a copy of the charges, unless the accused waives this right. While this right does not exist in a summary court-martial, the accused should be granted adequate time to prepare a defense. If,  for  any  reason,  charges  are  referred  to  a court-martial different from that to which they were originally referred, the new referral is ordinarily made by a new endorsement attached to the original charge sheet. The previous endorsement should be lined out and initialed by the person signing the new referral. The original  endorsement  should  not  be  obliterated. CENSURE Censure  is  a  statement  of  adverse  opinion  or criticism  of  an  individual’s  conduct  or  performance  of duty expressed by a superior in the member’s chain of command. Censure may be punitive or nonpunitive. Admonition and reprimand are two forms of censure intended  to  express  adverse  reflection  upon  or  criticism of a person’s conduct. A reprimand is a more severe form of censure than an admonition. Procedures for issuance of  punitive  or  nonpunitive  letters  are  contained  in JAGINST  5800.7C. The  omission  of  the  word  private  preceding admonition  or reprimand  in Article 15, UCMJ, does not Figure 11-3.-Nonpunitive letter of caution. 11-8

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