Alaska Statutes.
Title 26. Military Affairs, Veterans, and Disasters
Chapter 5. Military Code of Alaska
Section 324. Summary Court-Martial.
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AS 26.05.324. Summary Court-Martial.

The commanding officer of a unit may appoint a summary court to consist of one officer who may administer oaths and may try enlisted persons for breach of discipline and for minor violations of a military regulation governing the unit. The court, when satisfied of the guilt of the soldier, may fine the soldier not exceeding $25 for any single offense, sentence to a reduction in rank, and declare not in excess of one month's forfeiture of pay and allowances. The proceedings shall be informal.

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