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§ 860c.
Art. 60c. Entry of judgment
Entry of Judgment of General or Special Court-martial.—
In accordance with rules prescribed by the President, in a general or special court-martial, the military judge shall enter into the record of trial the judgment of the court. The judgment of the court shall consist of the following:
The Statement of Trial Results under section 860 of this title (article 60).
Any modifications of, or supplements to, the Statement of Trial Results by reason of—
any post-trial action by the convening authority; or
any ruling, order, or other determination of the military judge that affects a plea, a finding, or the sentence.
Under rules prescribed by the President, the judgment under paragraph (1) shall be—
provided to the accused and to any victim of the offense; and
made available to the public.
Summary Court-martial Judgment.—
The findings and sentence of a summary court-martial, as modified by any post-trial action by the convening authority under section 860b of this title (article 60b), constitutes the judgment of the court-martial and shall be recorded and distributed under rules prescribed by the President.
(Added Pub. L. 114–328, div. E, title LIX, § 5324, Dec. 23, 2016, 130 Stat. 2927.)
cite as: 10 USC 860c