- General rule: only the GCMCA can grant immunity.
- To whom:
Persons subject to the UCMJ. (1) Must relate to court-martial, not federal district court prosecution. RCM 704(c)(1). (2) Insure DOJ has no interest in the case. AR 27-10, para. 2-4.
Persons not subject to the UCMJ. (1) GCMCA can grant only with approval of U.S. Attorney General. RCM 704(c)(2). (2) Procedures. AR 27-10, para. 2-4.
Delegation of authority not permitted. RCM 704(c)(3).
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