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intelligently. A written waiver is not required. The accused  or  suspect  must  acknowledge  affirmatively  that he or she understands the right involved, affirmatively decline  the  right  to  counsel,  and  affirmatively  consent to making a statement. The  Suspect’s  Rights  Acknowledgement/  Statement, NAVJAG 5810/10, (fig. 11-1) is a suggested format that may be used by investigative personnel in cases in which suspects   desire   to   waive   their   rights   concerning self-incrimination and to make statements. This format is designed as a guide and its use is not mandatory. RECORD OF THE FACT-FINDING BODY The   courts   of   inquiry   and   administrative fact-finding bodies required to conduct a hearing must keep a written record of their proceedings that will be authenticated by the signature of the investigating officer or president, In the case of a minority report it must be signed by the members, if available, of the fact-finding body acknowledging the report to be true. Figure  11-1.-Suspect’s  Rights  Acknowledgement/Statement, NAVJAG  5810/10–Continued. Figure  11-1.-Suspect's  Rights  Acknowledgement/Statement, NAVJAG  5810/10–Continued. When  the  record  cannot  be  authenticated  by  the investigating officer or president, it should be signed by counsel  to  the  investigation. The record of proceedings of a fact-finding body should  include  the  original  appointing  order  and  any other communications from the convening authority. It should  contain  the  verbatim  testimony  of  all  witnesses, all exhibits received in evidence by the fact-finding body, and all proceedings of the investigation except that,   in   the   discretion   of   the   fact-finding   body, arguments presented on behalf of the government and any party to the inquiry maybe summarized. A copy of the findings of fact, opinions, and recommendations should  be  prefixed  to  the  record.  (See  example  in JAGINST  5800.7C.) The record of proceedings, together with the number of complete copies required by the circumstances, should be forwarded to the convening authority. If at anytime during the proceedings an individual is requested by a government representative to supply personal information, compliance with the Privacy Act 11-3

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