An appellant1 is generally entitled to be present at the hearing of his appeal to the Court Martial Appeal Court2. However, this does not apply to an appellant in custody: (1) where his appeal is on a ground involving only a question of law; (2) on an application by him for leave to appeal; or (3) on any proceedings preliminary or incidental to an appeal, unless the Appeal Court gives him leave to be present3.
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