588. Sentencing powers of the Service Civilian Court.

The punishments which are available to the Service Civilian Court1 are the same as those available to the Court Martial2. Those powers are subject to the same restrictions on individual punishments that apply to the Court Martial and certain additional restrictions which apply in the case of the Service Civilian Court3. The Service Civilian Court must pass a separate sentence in respect of each offence of which the defendant is convicted4.

Where the person to be sentenced by the Service Civilian Court is an offender5 who when sentenced is: (1) not subject to service law; (2) not a member of