A judge advocate1 may grant bail2 in respect of persons sentenced by the Summary Appeal Court3 pending the determination of an appeal to the High Court4 or sentenced by the Service Civilian Court5, pending the determination of an appeal to the Court Martial6. The power to grant bail may be exercised on the application of the appellant and the power to revoke bail or vary the conditions of bail may be exercised on the application of the Director of Service Prosecutions7 or a surety8. In addition, such powers may be exercised on a reference to a judge advocate by the court administration officer9, and only within 28 days from
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