Manual of Military Law 1914

W itn e ss—contd. Interpreter (q.v.). Judge advocate, competent for defence o n ly .. .. . . 4 3 0 , 6 /8 907 [References to the A.A. are in thick type, those to the R.P. in italics.] may call .. .. .. .. .. 630 Material, absence of, may invalidate proceedings .. 5 / 9, 6 1 7 ,6 1 8 M ental disease, how far renders incompetent .. .. 77 Notice of intention to call, when to be given,. .. .. 617 Number requisite in certain cases ............................ 67-8, 76, 106 Oath (q.v.) Perjury (q.v.). Previous statements, cross-examination as to . . .. 83 Prisoner, or soldier undergoing detention, removal of, to appear as .. .. ......................................... 4 4 0 ,7 /5 -6 Privilege of accused as .. .. .. .. .. .. 78 „ as to criminating answers does not extend to civil liability .. .. .. .. . . 78 „ as to information as to commission of offences.. 78 „ communications during marriage .. . . 79,619 „ confidential reports, &c., as to . . .. .. 79 „ court of inquiry proceedings .. .. 79, 139, 140, 638 „ criminal acts, does not extend to .. . . 79 „ none in case of doctors and clergymen . . 79 „ on considerations of public policy . . .. 79 „ professional communications .. .. . . 79 „ rules as t o . . .. .. 7 7 - 8 0 ,8 3 ,1 4 1 ,4 0 0 ,6 /7 Prosecutor, called by .. .. .. .. 45, 47, 617- 8 , 622 „ competent as, for defence only .. .. . . 618 Questions to, by accused .. .. .. .. .. 47, 621 „ by court .. .. .. .. .. .. 62} „ „ of inquiry ......................................... 637 „ by judge advocate .. .. .. 47, 621, 630 „ by prosecutor .. .. .. .. .. 47, 621 „ by whom p u t .. .. .. .. .. 47 „ discrediting .. .. .. .. . . 83, 624 „ entered on proceedings whether answered or not .. .. .. .. .. .. 80 „ examples of fair and unfair .. .. .. 81,82 „ not directly bearing on issue, allowed in cross- examination .. .. .. .. . . 82-3 „ leading, rides as to .. .. .. . . 80-2 „ mode of putting .. .. .. .. . . 621 „ objection to .. .. .. .. 47, 617, 624, 626 „ refusal to answer .. .. 83, 4 0 4 , 4 9 5 , 620, 656 „ to test veracity .. .. .. .. .. 83 Recalling of .. .. .. .. .. . . 4 7 ,5 9 7 ,6 1 6 ,6 2 2 Re-examination of . . .. .. .. .. 4 5 ,8 3 ,621 Refreshing memory .. .. .. .. .. .. 73 Religious bolief of, immaterial .. .. .. . . 77 Rule as to directing attention of, to particular persons, &c. 82 Soldier not exempt from appearing as, before civil court .. 512 Solemn declaration. (See D e c la ra tio n .) Summary of evidence. (See E v id en ce.) Sworn, m ust be .. .. .. .. .. .. * * 47, 620 Yerbal request for production of documents not obligatory on 618 W ife, as (q.v.). W ithdraw al of, when not under examination . . . . 47, 620 W o m a n , offences against.. . . .. .. 7 0 ,9 5 -7 ,1 1 0 ,1 1 1 ,1 1 7 W o u n d ed . Arms of.. .. .. .. .. .. •• •• 263
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