American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- abbr. Uniform Code of Military Justice
- n. military, US Initialism of Uniform Code of Military Justice.
“According to this bozo (FWolfe), The UCMJ is worse than the private sector judicial system and that trying military personnel, who volunteered and swore an oath to uphold the military law are being treated unfairly.”
“And, although the UCMJ is specific to statements made by military officers, whose words come from a position of authority to their subordinates, the promotion or endorsement of contempt towards the president and civilian officials can have the same effect the article is intended to prevent.”
“IV that the administration was required by Congress -- as part of the Uniform Code of Military Justice "UCMJ" -- to comply with the rules of law when creating and implementing military commissions.”
“And what, precisely, are the legal implications of intentionally situating a base offshore to evade the rule of United States law beyond the UCMJ, that is that trouble you?”
“Article 2 of the UCMJ is the definiive statement on who is subject to the UCMJ subject to constitutional limiations and the President is not one of the categories of persons subject to theCode.”
“Code of Military Justice, otherwise known as the UCMJ, makes it a crime for an active-duty officer to speak out against politicians or government officials, therefore it is the retired officers who must speak for them.”
“The UCMJ is a statute enacted by Congress and signed by the President, the same as any other federal law.”
“The UCMJ is the U.S. military's legal system for servicemembers.”
“The UCMJ is a criminal code ... violations of the punitive articles are criminal offenses.”
“Specifically, that option is the Uniform Code of Military Justice ( "UCMJ"), which underwent a significant jurisdictional expansion in 2007.”
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