Naval Discipline Act 1957
Uniform Code of Military Justice
Absence without leave
Personnel to discipline its troops with any way such as demotion, extra task.
Commanders to take action or discipline troops without a court-martial.
Commanders to retrain personnel to what they should be.
Commanders to punish their troops for what they have done.
Involves a person obtaining information that is considered confidential without permission of holder.
Involves a military personnel stealing information from other military organizations without permission of holder.
Is a violation of privacy and intellectual property.
Is commonly used by organizations at war to obtain information for opposing force.
As a mole
A double agent
Punish personnel by sacking and firing.
To try a wide range of military offenses, many of which closely resemble civilian crimes.
Modify the UCMJ only with the permission of the JAG and CNO.
Put any personnel in conviction when they are found guilty.
I will report it to the JAG for a composition of court-martial.
I will report it to the INSGEN so he could take care of it.
I will personally meet him (subjected personnel) to give him a counsel and redirect him to a Navy Counselor for extra help.
I will redirect him straight to a Navy Counselor.
I will report it according to the Chain of Command.
Composition of court martial.
Leadership among the JAG Corps.
Reports and complaints in the USN.
Activity, plans and training of Paralegals and Legalman.
Checking reports from legalman and paralegals.
Meetings and diplomatic bonding among military.
Arranging paralegals to their legalman mentors.
Foreign criminal affairs of our personnel.
Diplomatic relations between JAG Corps and alliances.
Criminal trials that involves our personnel and foreign military personnel.