d. If he indicates he wishes to consult with a lawyer, he must not be
questioned until the lawyer is present. Likewise, if he indicates he does not wish
to be questioned and he has no lawyer present, he must not be questioned. He must
understand that his right to request a military lawyer of his own choice is limited
to a "qualified lawyer." This must be a law specialist on the staff of the Judge
Advocate or a military person certified as competent to perform such duties by the
Judge Advocate General of the Army.
Types of Statements.
a. Once you have obtained an oral statement, you must reduce that testimony
to a written form. A written statement or confession may be prepared in any of the
(1) Narrative Form.
Arrange chronologically, the statement contains the
testimony of the maker in his own words.