Where on a single occasion a person is sentenced by the Court Martial1 in respect of two or more offences, and the Court Martial Appeal Court2 allows an appeal against conviction3 in respect of some but not all of the offences, the Appeal Court may in respect of any offence of which the appellant4 remains convicted pass, in substitution for the sentence5 passed by the Court Martial, any sentence that it thinks appropriate and is a sentence that the Court Martial had power to pass6. The court may not exercise such powers in such a way that the appellant's
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