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48-3106.(KCMJ Art. 46a) Execution of process and sentence. (a) In the state military forces not in federal service, the processes and sentences of its courts-martial shall be executed by the civil officers prescribed by the laws of this state.

(b) When the sentence of a court-martial, as approved and ordered executed, adjudges confinement, and the convening authority has approved the same in whole or in part, the reviewing authority, or the president of the military court or the summary court officer, shall issue a warrant of commitment to the sheriff or chief law enforcement officer of the county in which such court-martial was held or where the offense was committed, directing such sheriff to take the body of the person so sentenced and confine such person in the county jail of such county for the period named in such sentence, as approved, or until such sheriff or law enforcement officer may be directed to release such person by proper authority.

History: L. 1972, ch. 203, § 48-3106; L. 1988, ch. 191, § 62; July 1.



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