90(2) & 91(2) The Order The order must be directed to the accused specifically. Failing this, they can face punitive action under Article 90 when declared guilty. UCMJ Art. MCM, pt. IV, 14c(2)(b); United States v.United States v. It does not include violationsof regulations, standing orders, or routine duties. UCMJ ARTICLES-ALL-Article 77-Article 78-Article 79-Article 80-Article 81-Article 82-Article 83-Article 84-Article 85-Article 86-Article 87-Article 88-Article 89-Article 90-Article 91-Article 92-Article 93-Article 94-Article 95-Article 96 A service member will be subject to Article … Article … UCMJ Art. UCMJ Art. ARTICLE 90: ASSAULTING OR WILLFULLY DISOBEYING SUPERIOR COMMISSIONED OFFICER Subordinates are bound by duty to respect the orders of their seniors, maintain decorum and refrain from threatening or performing acts of violence against them. Cruelty and maltreatment. Article 92 of the UCMJ is anyone who fails to obey or violates a direct order or regulation given by chain of command. UCMJ Article 93a – Prohibited Activities with Military Recruit or Trainee by Person in Position of Special Trust UCMJ Article 94 – Mutiny or Sedition UCMJ Article 95 – Offenses by sentinel or lookout UCMJ Article 95a – Disrespect 95), subject’s flight from apprehension, by itself, was insufficient to constitute There are three instances in which service members shall come under the purview of Article … Disobedience: Personal order. ARTICLE 91 INSUBORDINATE CONDUCT TOWARD WARRANT OFFICER, NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICER, OR PETTY OFFICER This article applies to persons accused of disrespecting a warrant officer, noncommissioned officer or petty officer.

If you have been charged with failure to obey an order as stated in Article 92 of the UCMJ, contact Gary Myers, Daniel Conway & Associates for help from experienced military criminal defense lawyers. 10: Pretrial Confinement and Arrest Discussion of UCMJ art. 93 “Any person subject to this chapter who is guilty of cruelty toward, or oppression or maltreatment of, any person subject to his orders shall be punished as a court-martial may direct.” Article 93. Article 95 now includes a prohibition against flight from apprehension, but prior to offenses occurring on 10 February 1996 (the FY 96 amendment to art. 10: pretrial confinement and arrest: Article 10 UCMJ states: “When any person subject to this chapter is placed in arrest or confinement prior to trial, immediate steps shall be taken to inform him of the specific wrong of which he is accused and to try him or to dismiss the …