Similar provision is made for the disclosure by both prosecution and the defence in proceedings before service courts to that which applies in civilian courts under the Criminal Procedure and Investigations Act 19961. The provisions apply where a person is charged with an offence2 and the charge is allocated for trial by the Court Martial or the Service Civilian Court, or a person brings an appeal to the Summary Appeal Court3. The main distinction between the provision in proceedings before service courts and those which apply to civilian courts is to be found in
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