U.S. DOD Form dod-secnavinst-5820-6

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U.S. DOD Form dod-secnavinst-5820-6
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ARMY
NO.
REOKJLATION
AR 27-52
SECNAVINST
5W.6
AFR 110-13
DEPARTMENTS
OF T1112 ARMY,
THE NAVY, AND THE AIR FORCE
WASIILNCWON,
D. C., 5 NOtv]ii?wr ]968
27-52
SECNAVINSTRUCHON5820.6
AIR FORCEREOULA’MON
No. 110-13
LEGAL
SERVICES
CONSULAR PROTECTION OF FOREIGN NATIONALS SU13JiNX’ TO THE
UNIFORM CODE OF MILITAR1’ JUSTICE
Parugrul,ll
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AWI.:SI)IX. Liht of 1,’or(igll (’onsuhtes
in the I’nited Stntt>s.
1. Purpose and scope. This ~~~uli~t ion prescribes
the policy and l)mwlures un~ler wl~ich foreign
consular officers are Io k givcl~ II{)tice of the ap­
prehension, confine] l]ent, or tritll lJy court -llulrtial
of their fellow nationals servil)g in thu’ lJllited
StitCS Armetl FOt’cC!s,ill)d i\LW tO h prol” ide(l the
opl)ortunity to visit! (ool)~l))lll~ic:~t(”
]~itlll al){l ot!lcL’­
wiso safeguard tlw illtercsts ()t’ sll~ll t’(~reigll rl:l­
tionals.
2. Explanation of terms. For the purpose of this
regulation, the foll(J\ving CXIJi;Ill:ltiOnSNpply :
a. “(k)IISL1l’’-’r][email protected] oi~iciitl rel)rese]lt ati ve of a
foreign country, \vlio is rhal’gcd ~vith cohsular
rnattex%for the locale in ~~l]icll a rircu]rlst;ln(’e re­
quiring IIOtifiCiltiOlloccurs.”
ll:lti OlliL1’)—All~
lllPl)ll)e~
of
the
~, “Foreign
Armed Forces of tl]e United States WI1Ois a nm­
tiomd of a foreign country iill(l who is not nlso a
citizen or national of the lTllitwl States.
of]i~er’~-’l’]l(i o!lieer exercisilig
c. “Notifying
court-martial juriscl ict ion ov(’r tllc foreign n~L­
tional. For the Ariny and N:~vy ancl the Marine
Corps, the not ifying (~ific~ris 11le o~fi~ere~er~ising
general court -mart ial jurisdirt ion. For the Air
Force, tho notifying otlieer is tl)e oficer exercising
special court-martial jurisdiction,
d. “Territory of the IJnitcd States’’-’I’he
Stiites and the District of Columbia,
.
This regulation applies
3. Applicability.
~vithin the territory of the United States.
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4. Notification.
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a. Circum&tunces
ificatioIl
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requiring
lyllencl,cr
n
noti­
fOr­
cign lmtioll:ll is apl]rchended under circunlst:tnces
likely to resiilt ill confincnwtlt or trial by court­
l)li~lti;l~ad StLltCstl):lt, ]W is il t’OLWiglllldiO1l:L], Or
is ordered into ahest or coldlnvn)[~ntj or is helcl for
tri:]l witl] or without ally for]l~ of’ restraint, or
WIWU Court-m artilll charges flgtiinst him :uw re.
tkrred for trial.
Excc.l)t :1s otlwrwise l)ro­
b. L’y w])om Itde.
vided herei]!, the ]mtifications nlld r(’lwrts r~(luired
hy this regulation will be l~la(le by tl]e llotifyil~g
oilker, Notification shall be gire]~ wily wlicn :uly
of the circumstances slwcificd ill a :Lbovc occurs
Ivitllill llle territory of the Unit(d St;Lles.
r(guimnwt.
c. l?xception.y to ndijicution
(1) ~4t sea. If a]ly of tile circulnstanccs speci­
fied in a above occurs abourd a sllil) at s.c:k,llotifiwl­
tion is not required while the ship is at sm. “At
M?ilj “ as used hem, (1OCS]]ot ill(lu{le a l]:trlmr or,
except on a then outbound S1lip, t(’rrit oriill w:lters
of tl]e United States.
(2) fVwnLe7’ of 7U)tificd/iO/,,s. OI,CC l,otificti­
tiou is given, it need not lx l’el)c~lt(:~l~L~
s~lh~lcnt
d ages of thesame-e.
(3) Disoipliruz?y’ac tion. This rcgLllwtiol] does
not require notification when disciplinary action
under Article 15 of tlm Uniform Code of Milit:my
~
Justice or administrative fiction is taken ag;iinst
a foreign national or if he is apprehended or con­
fined in anticipation that only such action ]vill be
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AFR 110-12
5 November
Idmn against lliln. 1f disposit ion of the foreign na­
t,ion:ll’s cnsc by wmrt-mmrt.ia,l is thereafter con­
twnpl:~twl, the notifying otlicer will at that time
comply
wit]] pzrngrapbs 4 through 6 of this re&w­
lxt ion, w fipplimhlc.
(4)
C; Vi/
mtl?or;t;a.
This rcygll:lt ion does
not rcqf[ire not.ificat.ion when a foreign nntiomd is
r,l]:~rgwl with x crime, m-rested, confined, or de­
t.:linwl ill Cllstmly I)y the civil authorities of the
I ~llitc~lSt ~1OS,or any politicnl subdivision, posses­
or territory Ihereof, or by the nllthoritics of
:llly forrign govt’rnmcnt.
?W.fl’o??fl.wy.
For the
(5) l)i.~pv{~ ft.qto fQ?’[email protected]
pllrlmses of 1his regul:ltion, any serviceman ITI1O
cl:tims Io bc :1 forci,gn national shall be so c9n­
si(lwwl unless such claim is inconsistent with his
m i Ii[:1ry rwwtxls or other pertinent evidence.
Wlwiwver CIUWPS sgainst any serviremm
nrc
rcfvrrwl f (m trial, his militmry records shall ho
cxaminc(l to nsccrtain his naticmzlity even if he
h:w nol entcrc(l n claim of foreign na~ionality. In
tlto c}’el)lj ll):]t tl~e scryiemnnn’s claim of foreign
nat iollality is disputed, the notifying oflker shmll
dispatch a Iclegraphic report thereon, as nppro­
pri:ttv., i o­
(o) TIK: .Judge Advocnte General, ATTN:
JAGW (Arlny) ;
(b) Tlm .Ju(lgc Aclvocatc General, JAGN
(N:tvy :111(1
Afzrinc Corps) ;
(c) IIQ USAF, AF,JALJ3 (Air Force).
If it is determined tlmt the serviceman is a for­
eign n~t,i{)n~l, t,]le required notification shall be
given to tbc wmsl~l by the Judge Advoc:ttc Gen­
eral of tIICm il it:Lry depa.rtmc.nt conccrncd.
d. f?hjmtion to notifmtion
by foreign national
When z circ[llnslnnce requiring notificnl ion arises,
the foreign n:ttionll shrill be advised that notifi­
cation w il 1 l)e given to his consul Ilnless he objects
and, in cnse hc dots object, that ~be Judge Advo­
rnte C,encral will determine whether an applicable
t,rcmty requires notification irrespective of the
wishes of tl~e foreign nationc,l concerned. If the
foreign nation:~l objects to notification being given
to his consul, the notifying officer sha,ll send a re­
port by tolegrnpl~ic mewns to the appropriate
,Juclge Advocwt c (3cnerrd as set forth in c(5),
above. If :m al)p] icnb]e trea,ty requires notification
irrospcct.ivc o f the wishes of the foreign national,
sion
2
1968
5s20.6
notification will l)c given to the consul by the
Judge Aclvocx(e (kncrnl of the military depart­
ment concerned.
e. Arotifkation
jIrowdILrc.
(1) When w circumstance requiring not.itlcn­
tion occurs, the notifying otliccr will immediately
communicate by telcgrnm di rcctly with the consul
of the foreign country concerned nearest the locale
in which tile circllmsl.nnces requiring notification
occll r. .id(lressc.s {Jf foreign consullles arc list ccl
in the :Ippendix.
(2) All inforll~fit ion co])y of snch crmln~unica­
tion sl~:tll, at the s:lmc tinw$ bo directed to the
n]llJrolJriat[’ ,Juils[’ ~f{lvocatc (kmeral m set forth
in c (~), nlm~:c. Exrrpt thmt for Air Force, such
c(llllnllll~ic:lti~~l~ss1):III I)c directed to I-IQ. USAF,
,i F. JAJ.13 In(I ,~F. TA1[D.
(3) When I eirrllmstnnm requiring notifica­
tion O((IIYS in nn i\rmy, Navy, or hfarinc Corps
con)mnn(l
I)PIO!V t I)c level
of
gmornl
court-martial
wmwning
nllthority. the fxets sbwll be reported
by the con] man(li ng otlicer or Miccr in chargo im­
mmlintrly
m)ncrrnetl to tho off]ccr normnlly cxwcis­
in~ genern] court-m wtinl jurisdiction o~’er thzt
coIIIm:In(l. The, r(~])ort shall include the items listed
in f. lWIOW.
f. (5’On.tflnt.s of notirc. The notice to the con­
sul sb:lll: Identi f~’ ~lle foreign national by nflm~~
g~(l~l~,scrvicc nll)lll)er (nllmericn] personnel iclcnti ­
ficr), and or*lnizatiml ; specify the foreign coun­
try of which hc is I rmtiomd; contain a concise
statcmrnt of rcle~mnt facts relxting to the cfiuse.
for which hc has IWCIInpprchc.ndecl or ordered into
wrrwt or collfinf’ment mncl IIeld for trial, or for
which lie is lIcld for [rinl with or withont any form
of rcwtrainl; finIl: i f applicable, the nature of t.l]e
offense (s) f~lr which ho is king hch.1 for trial or
upon Ivhich chnrgcs ogainst him have been referred
for trial: spccif~ tllo name of l~is military and/or
civilian defense (wunscl, if any; and specify where
the foreig~ nationitl
Inzy be found. The notice
slI:~ll nlw olTcr (() the consul tllc assistance of the
notifying ofllcer.
5. Consular
access rights. a. Con.da.r
viqit.s.
T-ncler rirmlmst:lnres requiring notification, m
TY1)CI)
a foreibg nntional is confined in a military
confil]cmmt
farility,
the cons~(l shall, upon proper
i{lrnt ilirot ion to tlle notifying officer, have the
November
AR 27-52
SECNAVINST
5S20.6
AFR 110-13
1W3.
right to visit the foreign national without delay.
Such visits shall be conducted in accordance with
confinement facility regulations, which shall per­
mit reasonable access to, and the opportunity of
privately conversing with, the foreign national.
The consul shall also be allowed, subject to con­
finement facility reaglations, to trfinsmit com­
munications between the prisoner and other
persons.
b. Cornznun2ktion8 between con.d ad foreign
Whether or not a foreign national is con­
rudiod.
fined, he shall have a right to communicate either
orally, including telephonicallyy, or in writing with
the consul and to receive such communications
from the consul. All such communications shall be
treated as privileged and not subject to inspection
or monitoring, except in those exceptional cases in
which the notifying officer determines that nrt­
tional security considerateions are involved.
c, Other con.sukr tights.
The consul shall be
given full opportunity to safeguard the interests of
the foreign national concerned. The consul has the
right to confer with, to interview, to ulvise, to
arrange legal representation for, to make inquir­
ies into incidents affecting the interests of, and to
otherwise a,ssist forei~m nationals. The consul or
other oificial representative of the foreign country
shall be treated with the dignity and courtesy
befitting his office.
6. Record of trial. A copy of the notice made
pursuant to this regulation will be incorporated
as part of the allied papers of the court-mortial
record of trial, if any.
7. Inquiries.
All inquiries concwning the inter­
pretation and application of this regulation should
be addressed to the appropriate Judge Aclvocate
General as set forth in paragraph 4c(5).
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AFR 110-13
5820.6
APPENDIX
LIST OF FOREIGN
Argcmt{na
CONSULATES
IN THE UNITED
STATES
[email protected]
704 So(lth Spring Street
JJOSAngrlcs, Calif. 90014
207 International Trade Mart
Ncw Orlcnns, La. 70130
t170 Mnrkct Street
San Frnncisco, Cnllf. 94103
50 Rockefeller Plaza
New York, N.Y. 10020
Ingrnhum II(lil(l]ng,
Minrni, Fla. 33131
1101 World Trade Center
15201 Texas Avenue
Houston, Tex. 77002
Room 722
105 W. Adams Street
Chicngo, 1!1. COO03
Bolivia
I’nn Americwn Building
610 I’oydrns Strm-t
Nmv Orlrwns, TJ:I.70130
63!5 Whitney Bank Building
New Orleans, La. 70130
10 Rockefeller I?lnza
New York, N.Y. 10020
!)0S I<cyscr ]!uil{ling
Redwood :Ind (%lvert Sta
Ilnltlmore, Nfd. 21202
.
Brazil
73 Trwnont Slrr?rt
Boston, Mnss. 0210’3
6253 IIoll.vwmxl r.onlmmrd
12 West 5f%h St rrct
Nrw York, N.Y. 1001!)
S70 ilf:lrliet Street
San Frnnciwo, Cnlif. !M103
J,os Angeles, Cnlif. 90028
208 World Trade Center
1520 Texns Avenue
1[011s(011,
Tcx, 77002
.
Au8t
ral{a
3MI I’m+t St rvvt
Snn Fro ncisco, Chlif. 94108
1700 Mnsssrhusetts Avenue NW.
[email protected],
D.C. 20030
(WI Fifth AvQnuc
NrJv York, N,Y, 10020
Austria
410 31ichignn Awmuc
Chlcnfw, Ill. 60611
919 N. Michignn Avenue
Chicago, 111.00611
1306 Intcrnatiorml Trade Mart
New Orleans, Ln. 70130
535 Boylston Strfwt
Boston, Mass. 02116
(X3OFifth Avenue
New York, N.Y. 10020
Land Title Building
100 Soulh Brond Street
Philadelphia, I%. 19110
31 l+Mst (l!lth Street
New York, N,Y. 10021
Bclgtum
S~UOWilshire Boulevard
J,ns Angrlw, Cnlif. 90005
100 IIush Street
Snn ~rnm,isco, Cnlif. 04104
3330 Gnrllcld Street NW.
Washington, D.C. 20008
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100 Biscnync Bouhnwrd
~fiami, I-In. 33132
One North Chnrles Street
Baltimore, Md. 21201
2343 Mnssnchusots Avenue NW.
lVnshington, 1).C. 20008
3W N. Michigan Avenue
Chicngo, 111.(30602
3007 Wbitehnren Street NW.
IVashingtnn, 1).C. 20008
3400 fiIontrose Boulevard
Interstate Building
Houston, Tex. 77000
Bulgaria
2100 1(W Street, NW.
Washington, D.C. 20009
Burma
10 E. 77th Street
New York, N.Y. 10009
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