Civilians violating traffic
concurrent jurisdiction may be:
tried before a military judge under the UCMJ.
tried before a U.S. Magistrate under the Assimilative Crimes Act.
given nonjudicial punishment under Article 15, UCMJ.
given a verbal warning only, since the military has no jurisdiction
Anniston Annie, a local civilian, has committed a series of minor crimes on
Ft. McClellan. What action can be taken against her?
She can be barred from post through a letter from the post commander.
She can be tried before a military judge under the UCMJ, or given an
Article 15, in the discretion of the post commander.
Nothing, the military has no jurisdiction over her.
None of the above.
You have apprehended a juvenile on Fort Blank, for the crime of attempted
Fort Blank is under exclusive federal jurisdiction.
Which of the
following is true?
He can be tried for murder before the U.S. Magistrate's Court, since he
is a civilian.
The only thing you can do is bar him from post or release him to his
parents, since he is a juvenile.
He can be prosecuted by the military, since he has committed a felony
on a military installation.
He can be apprehended and turned over to the federal civil authorities
for possible prosecution.