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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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If the military courts in future start giving decisions in the cases of divorce, pre-emption right ( right of Shufa) and other matters then can we not hear appeal against them merely because these decisions have been given by military courts.
Many of the citizens referred to military courts allegedly belonged to the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood group.
In a separate case, the Military Court cleared Ahmad Khaled al-Hujeiri and Mohammad Khaled al-Hujeiri of charges.
Ravina Shamdasani also said that "another particularly harsh sentence was handed down in March when the Bangkok military court convicted a man to 25 years to prison for posting 5 comments for criticising the monarchy on facebook.
The majority of the upper chamber Military Court trials were conducted by the 6th Division legal branch based at Victoria Barracks in Cork.
In March, Human Rights Watch (HRW) released a report detailing how Somalia's military court proceedings "fall short of international fair trial standards.
A military court had earlier in February sentenced another released prisoner to serve the remaining five years in his earlier 9-year sentence in jail.
HRW said that Libya should also amend its code of military justice to restrict military court jurisdiction to military personnel charged with offences of an exclusively military nature.
Summary: Egypt's military ruler has pardoned 1959 people convicted by military courts in the year since President Hosni Mubarak's ouster, including activist Michael Nabil whose hunger strike had brought him close to death.
It is the highest military court and comprises five magistrates presided over by the director of the military judiciary and has jurisdiction to consider objections raised from the military prosecution or from anybody who has been issued a final verdict from the High Military Court of Appeal or from the Military Grand Court (in its capacity to consider appeals) and has jurisdiction to consider applications for reconsideration of final verdicts issued under articles applicable to criminal or felony charges as well as jurisdiction over conflict of jurisdiction between military courts.
Loizos Afksentiu appeared in a military court and then released on bail to be tried by a civil court.
Musharraf's counsel had filed a petition seeking the transfer of the case to a military court, the Daily Times reports.

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