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New York Consolidated Laws, Military Law - MIL § 131.6. Marshals

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(a) Summary courts-martial and the military judges or presidents of other courts-martial and of courts of inquiry may each appoint and, at any time, remove one or more marshals.

(b) Each marshal shall perform the usual duties of such marshals and shall execute any process, mandate or order issued by such military judge or president or court or officer.

(c) A bond given as herein provided may be prosecuted for breach of the conditions thereof, in the name of the people, by the attorney general or a judge advocate and all moneys recovered shall be paid to the military fund injured.

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