A person subject to service law1 commits the offence of mutiny2 if: (1) in concert with at least one other person subject to service law he: (a) acts3 with the intention of overthrowing or resisting authority4; or (b) disobeys authority in such circumstances as to subvert discipline5; (2) he agrees with at least one other person subject to service law to overthrow or resist authority6; or (3) he agrees with at least one other person subject to service law to disobey authority, and the agreed disobedience would be such as to subvert discipline7. A person guilty of such an
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