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The Hearing Procedure - 14261_127
2.  be  accompanied  by  a  spokesperson provided  by,  or  arranged  for,  the  member  (the proceedings  should  not  be  unduly  delayed  to permit  the  presence  of  the  spokesperson,  nor is   the   spokesperson   entitled   to   travel   or similar   expenses); 3.  be  informed  of  the  evidence  against him  or  her  relating  to  the  offense; 4.  be  allowed  to  examine  all  evidence that  the  CO  will  rely  on  in  deciding  whether and  how  much  NJP  to  impose; 5.   present matters   in defense, extenuation,  and  mitigation,  orally,  in  writing, or  both; 6.   have   witnesses   present. These witnesses   may   include   those   adverse   to   the accused,  upon  request,  if  (a)  their  statements will   be   relevant,   (b)   they   are   reasonably available,  (c)  the  cost  of  their  appearance  will not require reimbursement by the government, (d)  their  appearance  will  not  unduly  delay  the proceedings,  or  in  the  case  of  a  military witness,   (e)   will   not   necessitate   their   being excused  from  other  important  duties;  and 7.   have   the   proceedings   open   to   the public   unless   the   CO   determines   that   the proceedings   should   be   closed. FORMS The  form  that  you  must  use  to  record  that the  accused  was  informed  of  his  or  her prehearing  rights  will  depend  upon  the  status of  the  accused. The   accused’s   notification   and   election   of rights  as  illustrated  in  appendixes  A-1-b, A-1-c,   and   A-1-d   of   the   JAGMAN,   comply with  the  previous  requirements  of  prehearing advice  to  the  accused. Use  appendix  A-1-b  when  the  accused  is attached  to  or  embarked  in  a  vessel. Use  appendix  A-1-c  when  an  accused  is not  attached  to  or  embarked  in  a  vessel  and the  command  does  not  afford  the  accused  the right  to  consult  with  a  lawyer  to  assist  the accused  in  deciding  whether  to  accept  or reject  NJP. In  this  case  the  record  of  NJP will  not  be  admissible  for  any  purpose  at  any later court-martial. Use  appendix  A-1-d  when  an  accused  is not  attached  to  or  embarked  in  a  vessel  and the  command  affords  the  accused  the  right  to consult  with  a  lawyer  before  deciding  whether to  accept  or  reject  NJP. The use and retention of the proper form is essential.  Whatever  form  you  use,  attach  it  to the  NAVPERS  1626/7  and  retain  it  in  the command’s   unit   punishment   book   (UPB). In  the  event  punishment  is  imposed  at captain’s  mast,  and  appendix  A-1-d  is  used,  or the  accused  is  represented  by  a  lawyer  at  the hearing,  you  will  need  to  document  the Booker   rights   advice   on   a   page   13   of   the member’s  service  record  book. This  is necessary  because  appendix  A-1-d  stays  in  the command’s  UPB.  If  the  member  transfers  out of  the  area  and  is  later  charged  with  offenses that  are  referred  to  a  court-martial,  the  trial counsel  (TC)  can  prove  Booker  rights  advice was  given  with  the  page  13.  As  an  example, the  page  13  should  state  the  following: (Grade  and  name  of  accused)  signed  JAG Manual,  appendix  A-1-d,  before  his  or  her captain’s  mast  which  was  held  on  (date  of captain’s   mast). The  accused  [talked  to  a lawyer  before  deciding  whether  to  demand trial by court-martial in lieu of captain’s mast] [gave  up  his  or  her  right  to  talk  to  a  lawyer before   deciding   whether   to   demand   trial   by court-martial  in  lieu  of  captain’s  mast].  The accused  was  advised  that  acceptance  of  NJP does   not   preclude   further   administrative action. In  completing  the  remainder  of  the form,  the  accused  did  not  demand  trial  by court-martial  in  lieu  of  captain’s  mast. 9-8

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