military tribunal

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military tribunal

noun armed services court, armed services court of law, armed services judiciary, army tribunal, judiciary of the army, military court, military court of law, military judiciary, military trial
Associated concepts: Patriot Act

military tribunal

a tribunal that is responsible for the trial and punishment of an offence against military law. See COURT MARTIAL.
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The four of us were to constitute a military court under which men might be tried and sentenced to punishment for infraction of military rules and discipline, even to the passing of the death-sentence.
The minister further said that 25 cases were pending in the military courts of appeal, while
ISLAMABAD -- A total of 486 cases have come before the military courts since their inception in the year 2015.
Under the Criminal Procedure Code of 2002 and the Military Justice Act of 2002, all legal rights are guaranteed before the military courts.
Since the setting up of military courts for trying militants, the high court has dismissed several petitions of identical nature against the judgments of military courts.
Gulalai, while referring to the cases of Kohat's Asma Rani, Mardan's four-year-old Aasma and Naqeebullah Mehsud, Mashal Khan and others, demanded that the cases be referred to military courts.
ISLAMABAD -- The Supreme Court Monday stayed execution of three accused convicted by military courts and issued notices to the respondents for reply.
He said that the death penalty orders of the military courts will be suspended until any further notification, and adjourned the proceedings indefinitely.
Summary: Islamabad [Pakistan], November 4 (ANI): The Pakistan Government on Saturday cleared 29 terrorism related cases to be sent to the military courts after the country's Army chief general Qamar Javed Bajwa raised concern over the courts not receiving any such cases since January.
The GDN reported in April that the National Assembly had approved major amendments to the 2002 Military Courts Law, which focus on crimes against military and security personnel in Bahrain and abroad.
And trying civilians before military courts is contrary to international standards," Samah Hadid, Director of Campaigns at Amnesty International's Beirut regional office, said at the time.
ABSTRACT: Military courts have great worth throughout the history of the states.

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