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Article 15 Fact Sheet (Title 10 and Title 32) Memorandum

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This is an Article 15 Fact Sheet (Title 10 and Title 32) Memorandum. If you have been informed that your commander has started non-judicial punishment (“Article 15”) procedures against you, or believe that may happen, then this sheet is designed to help you understand the Article 15 process, the DA Form 2627 (the “Article 15” form) and to prepare you for the presentation or reading of the Article 15 by the command. In Active Duty posts the Trial Defense Service (TDS) usually has a briefing at their office to go over rights and options. For USAR and ARNG, generally you will have to rely on written guidance such as this memorandum and a consultation with a TDS JAG. If after reading this paper and hearing the briefing, you have any questions whatsoever, please ensure that you ask one of the trial defense attorneys at your local TDS office. You Have the Right to Remain Silent. If a Government representative reasonably believes that you have committed an offense then they are supposed to read you your Miranda rights, particularly as described under Article 31 of the UCMJ.

NOTES: This document is in PDF format : If you need or were looking for DA Form 2627 Record of Proceedings Under Article 15, UCMJ you can download it from this page, the downloads are provided below the download for this document

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