Arizona Revised Statutes Title 26 - Military Affairs And Emergency Management

Article 1 Emergency and Military Affairs

Article 2 Militia

Article 3 National Guard

Article 4 Military Law

Article 5 Acquisition and Care of Military Property

Article 6 Acquisition of Lands by United States for Military Purposes

Article 7 Military Affairs Commission

Article 1 General Provisions

Article 1 General Provisions

  • § 26-401 Title
    This act may be cited as the emergency management assistance compact.
  • § 26-402 Compact
    The legislature of the state of Arizona hereby authorizes the governor of the state of arizona to enter into a compact on behalf of...

Article 1 General Provisions

Article 2 Apprehension and Restraint

Article 3 Nonjudicial Punishment

Article 4 Court-Martial Jurisdiction

Article 5 Composition of Courts-Martial

Article 6 Pretrial Procedure

Article 7 Trial Procedure

  • § 26-1036 Governor's Rule Making Authority
    A. Pretrial, trial and post-trial procedures, including modes of proof, for cases arising under this chapter triable in courts-martial, military commissions and other military...
  • § 26-1037 Unlawfully Influencing Action Of Court
    A. An authority convening a general, special or summary court-martial, or any other commanding officer, shall not censure, reprimand or admonish the court or...
  • § 26-1038 Duties Of Trial Counsel And Defense Counsel
    A. The trial counsel of a general or special court-martial shall prosecute in the name of the state and shall prepare, under the direction...
  • § 26-1039 Sessions
    A. At any time after the service of charges which have been referred for trial to a court-martial composed of a military judge and...
  • § 26-1040 Continuances
    The military judge or a court-martial without a judge, for reasonable cause, may grant a continuance to any party for such time, and as...
  • § 26-1041 Challenges
    A. The military judge and members of a general or special court-martial may be challenged by the accused or the trial counsel for cause...
  • § 26-1042 Oaths
    A. Before performing their respective duties, military judges, members of general and special courts-martial, trial counsel, assistant trial counsel, defense counsel, assistant or associate...
  • § 26-1043 Statute Of Limitations
    A. Except as otherwise provided in this article, a person charged with an offense is not liable to be tried by court-martial or punished...
  • § 26-1044 Former Jeopardy
    A. No person, without his consent, may be tried a second time for the same offense. B. No proceeding in which an accused has...
  • § 26-1045 Pleas Of The Accused
    A. If an accused after arraignment makes an irregular pleading, or after a plea of guilty sets up matter inconsistent with the plea, or...
  • § 26-1046 Opportunity To Obtain Witnesses And Other Evidence
    The trial counsel, the defense counsel and the court-martial shall have equal opportunity to obtain witnesses and other evidence in accordance with rules the...
  • § 26-1047 Refusal To Appear Or Testify
    Any person who has been duly subpoenaed to appear as a witness before a court-martial, military commission, court of inquiry or other military court...
  • § 26-1048 Contempt
    A court-martial may punish any person for contempt who uses any menacing word, sign or gesture in its presence or who disturbs its proceedings...
  • § 26-1049 Depositions
    A. At any time after charges have been signed as provided in section 26-1030, any party may take oral or written depositions unless the...
  • § 26-1050 Admissibility Of Records Of Courts Of Inquiry
    A. In any case not extending to the dismissal of a commissioned officer, the sworn testimony, contained in the duly authenticated record of proceedings...
  • § 26-1051 Voting And Rulings
    A. Voting by members of a general or special court-martial on the findings and on the sentence, and by members of a court-martial without...
  • § 26-1052 Number Of Votes Required
    A. A person shall not be convicted of any offense except as provided in section 26-1045 or by the concurrence of two-thirds of the...
  • § 26-1053 Announcement Of Action
    A court-martial shall announce its findings and sentence to the parties as soon as they are determined.
  • § 26-1054 Record Of Trial
    A. Each general court-martial shall keep a separate record of the proceedings in each case brought before it, and the record shall be authenticated...

Article 8 Sentences

Article 9 Post-Trial Procedure and Review of Courts-Martial

Article 10 Offenses

Article 11 Miscellaneous Provisions

  • § 26-1135 Courts Of Inquiry
    A. Courts of inquiry may be convened to investigate any matter by any person authorized to convene a general court-martial or by any other...
  • § 26-1137 Articles; Explanation
    This chapter shall be explained to a member at the time of his entrance in the national guard, or within thirty days thereafter. It...
  • § 26-1138 Complaints Of Wrongs
    Any member of the national guard who believes himself wronged by his commanding officer, and who, on application to that commanding officer, is refused...
  • § 26-1139 Redress Of Injuries To Property
    A. If a complaint is made to any commanding officer that willful damage has been done to the property of any person or that...
  • § 26-1140 Delegation By The Governor
    The governor may delegate any authority vested in him under this chapter and provide for the subdelegation of any such authority.

Last modified: October 13, 2016