Thursday, April 10, 2014

What hours should a court-martial keep: the original understanding

Art. XXXVI. No field officer shall be tried by any person under the degree of a captain; nor shall any proceedings or trials be carried on, excepting between the hours of eight in the morning, and three in the afternoon, except in cases which require an immediate example.

Articles of War, June 30, 1775

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