A record must be made of any proceedings1 before the Court Martial2 and the record must include: (1) a record of any plea offered, and whether any plea of guilty was accepted by the judge advocate3; (2) a record of any finding; (3) a record of any sentence passed, order made or direction given by the court; (4) a record of any order made, and any direction or ruling given, by the judge advocate; (5) a sound recording of the proceedings, and any transcript of it (signed by the transcriber); (6) a record of the identity of any interpreter;
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