Where an acquitted person is charged with a qualifying offence1 he must be brought before a judge advocate2 who may either:
(1) make an order that the person should not be kept in service custody, but, if notice of an application is served on him3, must appear before the Court Martial Appeal Court at the hearing of that application4; or
(2) make an order that the person be kept in service custody to be brought before a judge advocate5 before the hearing of the application6.
Where a person is ordered to be kept in service custody under these provisions7 the
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