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Uniform Code of Military Justice

Definition

Enacted in 1950 by Congress, the UCMJ is a set of procedural and substantive criminal laws applicable to all the U.S. military branches, including active service members, students at military academies, prisoners of war, and in some cases, retired or reserve personnel.

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