In general the writ of habeas corpus will not be granted to persons committed for treason plainly expressed in the warrant of commitment or to persons convicted or in execution under legal process1, including persons in execution of a legal sentence after conviction on indictment2; or after conviction by a duly constituted court-martial the proceedings of which have been in due course confirmed by the competent authority
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