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noun as in military tribunal

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Now facing criminal charges, Neubauer could be standing before a court-martial by mid-June.

As his court-martial finally got under way, I was reading a book called Making War at Fort Hood.

The claims were made in a letter that came to light during the court martial of a former member of the SAS.

The militia were a body of drilled troops, conscripted by law, and subject to military discipline inclding court martial.

Then they decide that such a court-martial would embarrass them.

He was at once arrested, and on October 13th tried by court martial, condemned to death, and executed a few hours later.

The Court Martial would furnish volumes of opinions, but not a line of fact.

In the following year a dragoon was similarly sentenced by court-martial to be branded on the tongue.

Palliser made charges against Keppel, which led to a court-martial on the latter.

A court-martial was convened, and the leader and seven others out of the twenty-two were condemned and executed.


On this page you'll find 2 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to court-martial, such as: military court, and military trial.

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