In any proceedings, the Court Martial1 consists of: (1) a judge advocate2; and (2) at least three but not more than five other persons ('lay members')3. However, Court Martial rules4 may provide that, in the case of proceedings of a prescribed description5, there are to be: (a) at least five but not more than seven lay members; or (b) no lay members6. The judge advocate for any proceedings is specified by or on
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