Provision is made for enabling a person who has been sentenced by the Court Martial1, the Summary Appeal Court2 or the Service Civilian Court3 ('the convicted person') to be released from custody subject to conditions pending a relevant determination4 of an appeal5.
In the case of such a person, the Court Martial Appeal Court or, in the case of a person sentenced by the Summary Appeal Court or the Service Civilian Court, the judge advocate, may grant an appellant bail pending the determination of his appeal6, revoke bail so granted to an appellant or vary conditions of bail granted to
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