Arkansas Code Title 12. Law Enforcement, Emergency Management, and Military Affairs § 12-64-819. Mutiny or sedition
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(a)(1) Any person subject to this code is guilty of mutiny if he or she, with intent to usurp or override lawful military authority refuses, in concert with any other person, to obey orders or otherwise do his or her duty or creates any violence or disturbance.
(2) Any person subject to this code is guilty of sedition if he or she, with intent to cause the overthrow or destruction of lawful civil authority, creates, in concert with any other person, revolt, violence, or other disturbance against that authority.
(3) Any person subject to this code is guilty of a failure to suppress or report a mutiny or sedition if he or she fails to do his or her utmost to prevent and suppress a mutiny or sedition being committed in his or her presence, or fails to take all reasonable means to inform his or her superior commissioned officer or commanding officer of a mutiny or sedition which he or she knows or has reason to believe is taking place.
(b) A person who is found guilty of attempted mutiny, mutiny, sedition, or failure to suppress or report a mutiny or sedition shall be punished as a court-martial may direct.
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