- Military pleadings follow the format of charge and specification. R.C.M. 307(c)(1).
- Charge: The article of the UCMJ or law of war which the accused is alleged to haveviolated. R.C.M. 307(c)(2).
- Specification: plain, concise, and definite statement of the essential facts constitutingthe offense charged. R.C.M. 307(c)(3).
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