It is an offence for a person intentionally to disclose information about statements made, opinions expressed, arguments advanced or votes cast by members of the Court Martial for proceedings in the course of their deliberations, or to solicit or obtain such information1, although it is not an offence:
(1) for a person to disclose information in those proceedings for the purposes of enabling the Court Martial to make a finding on a charge or pass a sentence, or in connection with the delivery of the findings or sentence2;
(2) for the judge advocate
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