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The Assimilative Crimes Act:
as state law the criminal laws of the post.
state courts to obtain jurisdiction over military posts.
as federal law the criminal law of the surrounding state.
federal courts to obtain jurisdiction over state territory.
O'Callahan v. Parker limited court-martial jurisdiction, in that:
it required the military to show a service-connection before it had
it allows military jurisdiction only in cases involving purely military
it declared several parts of the UCMJ to be void and not enforceable.
At present, the Constitution, UCMJ, and Manual for Courts-Martial represent:
sources of military authority.
the law of war.
Based on the double jeopardy prohibition, a person cannot be tried twice for
the same crime in:
a state court and in a military court (court-martial).
a state court and federal court.
a federal court and a military court (court-martial).
all of the above.
Military jurisdiction is unique, because:
may follow the person outside the territorial boundaries of a post.
only operates in time of war.
does not apply overseas.