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Any appeal from the sentence of a court-martial by the defendant shall be taken to the adjutant general. The defendant shall file written notice of appeal within 30 days of the court's finding of guilty. The adjutant general with the assistance of the staff judge advocate shall review all questions of law and fact. The final decision in all appeals from the special and summary courts-martial are with the adjutant general. An appeal from the general court-martial conviction shall be reviewed by the adjutant general as provided in this subsection. However the defendant, within 60 days after being served with the written decision of the adjutant general, affirming in whole or in part the conviction, may appeal to the governor, whose decision is final.
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