Alaska Statutes.
Title 26. Military Affairs, Veterans, and Disasters
Chapter 5. Military Code of Alaska
Section 320. General Court-Martial.
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AS 26.05.320. General Court-Martial.

(a) A general court-martial of the Alaska National Guard or the Alaska Naval Militia shall be convened only by order of the governor. A general court-martial may try any person subject to the military code of Alaska for a crime made punishable by the military laws of the United States and the state, and may impose fines not exceeding $200, sentence forfeiture of pay and allowances, reprimand, give bad conduct discharges, dismiss or dishonorably discharge from the service, reduce noncommissioned officers in rank, and confine in a jail or guardhouse for a period not exceeding 60 days. Any two or more punishments may be combined in the sentence imposed by the court. The procedure by which a general court-martial shall function in view of the state's lack of manpower, and shortage of places of confinement and finances, shall be in compliance with reasonable regulations, adjusted to the peculiar characteristics of the state. The regulations shall be formulated by the adjutant general, drafted by the staff judge advocate and approved by the governor.

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