Nevada Military Affairs and Civil Emergencies
Record of trial.
Each general and special court-martial must keep a separate record of the proceedings of the trial of each case brought before it and the record must be authenticated by the signatures of the president and the military judge. If the record cannot be authenticated by either the president or the military judge, by reason of his or her absence, it must be signed by a member in lieu of him or her. If both the president and the military judge are unavailable, the record must be authenticated by two members. In a court-martial consisting of only a military judge, the court reporter shall authenticate the record under the same conditions which would impose such a duty on a member pursuant to this subsection.
A complete verbatim record of the proceedings and testimony must be prepared in each general and special court-martial case resulting in a conviction. In all other court-martial cases, the record must contain such matters as may be prescribed by regulations.
Each summary court-martial must keep a separate record of the proceedings in each case, and the record must be authenticated in the manner as may be prescribed by regulations.
A copy of the record of the proceedings of each general and special court-martial must be given to the accused as soon as it is authenticated. If a verbatim record of trial by general court-martial is not required by subsection 2, the accused may buy such a record in accordance with Office regulations.Sentences