The Court Martial may award the sentence of a service community order1, but only if the person being sentenced is on the same occasion sentenced to dismissal or dismissal with disgrace2, the offender is aged 18 or over when convicted3 and it appears to the court that he will reside in the United Kingdom when the order is in force4. A service community order is an order which imposes on the offender one or more of the requirements which can be imposed in the case of a community order made in the civilian jurisdiction
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