A person who has been tried by the Court Martial1 for an offence and been found not guilty by reason of insanity may, with the leave of the Court Martial Appeal Court ('the Appeal Court')2, appeal to the Court against the finding3. On such an appeal the Appeal Court must allow the appeal if it thinks the finding is unsafe4, and must dismiss the appeal in any other case5. However, where otherwise6 an appeal against a finding of not guilty by reason of insanity would fall to be allowed, and none of the grounds for allowing it relates to
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