The Court Martial (except where the defendant has elected for Court Martial trial)1 or the Service Civilian Court2 may make an order where it convicts or acquits a defendant who is subject to service law or is a civilian subject to service discipline3 of an offence which prohibits him from doing anything described in the order for the specified period4. Such orders may be made, and a prohibition may be included in the order, only for the purpose of protecting a person mentioned in the order from conduct which amounts to harassment5. A person subject to such an order
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