Adultery is a crime punishable under Article 134, UCMJ. There are three elements that must be met to prove adultery existed. They are: (1) That the accused wrongfully had sexual intercourse with a certain person; (2) That, at the time, the accused or the other person was married to someone else; and (3) That, under the circumstances, the conduct of the accused was to the prejudice of good order and discipline in the armed forces or was of a nature to bring discredit upon the armed forces. The Read more
This guide is designed to assist Commanders with legal situations by helping them recognize and avoid issues or take immediate action necessary to preserve the situation when legal issues arise.
A class/briefing that reviews the important legal areas that need to be reviewed prior to deployment. The topics covered include: Inventory Legal Checkup Estate Planning Personal Affairs Employment Military Benefits NOTE: This document is in MS PowerPoint
The purpose of this SOP is to provide information and instruction on requesting administrative separations from the Legal Center, establish responsibilities, procedures and guidance for commanders. When forwarding a request for an administrative separation under the provisions of AR 635-200, the unit commander should ensure that all relevant information pertaining to the soldier is enclosed in the packet. NOTE: This document is in MS Word format Read more
This regulation provides legal and technical policy for Army law enforcement officials and legal officers. It contains complex technical policies and procedures that may not be readily comprehensible to persons without extensive legal training and experience. Questions concerning policies contained herein should be discussed with supervisory personnel and/or legal advisors.