Though not specifically mentioned in this article, all disorders and neglects to the
prejudice of good order and discipline in the state military forces and all conduct
of a nature to bring discredit upon the state military forces shall be taken cognizance
of by a court-martial and punished at the discretion of a military court. However, where a crime constitutes an offense that violates both this article and
the criminal laws of the state where the offense occurs or criminal laws of the United
States, jurisdiction of the military court must be determined in accordance with subsection
(b), section two of this article.
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