A prosecuting officer who wishes to make an application for an order for retrial1 must give notice of the application2 to the registrar3 and4 must serve the notice of the application5 on the acquitted person6. Where notice of an application is given under these provisions the acquitted person must be brought before a judge advocate as soon as practicable7, and the judge advocate must either by order authorise the keeping of the person in service custody to be brought before the Court Martial Appeal Court at the hearing of the application8 or order him to be released from service
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