Fundamental Changes Needed To Improve the Independence and Efficiency of the Military Justice System
FPCD-78-16 Published: Oct 31, 1978. Publicly Released: Oct 31, 1978.
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The military justice system encompasses the processes for imposing punishment on military personnel and for challenging the punishment imposed. The system operates separately from the civilian justice system under constitutional and legislative authority. The military justice system has been criticized as being inequitable because it deprives military service members of many due processes of law.