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Interviewing Soldiers Legal SOP

This is an interviewing soldiers SOP.  The Soldier’s Right to Remain Silent and Right to Counsel. Whenever a Soldier is suspected of a crime, or it is discovered that a crime may have been committed (such as during a counseling session) – the Soldier must be advised of his rights under the provisions of Article 31, UCMJ.  This document contains the legal right of the Soldier and the legal procedures that will occur when it is thought that a crime might have been committed.

NOTE: This document is in MS Word format


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