Defence Force Discipline Appeal Tribunal

Part of the Attorney-General portfolio and a Federal authority, also called DFDAT

Pursuant to the Defence Force Discipline Appeals Act 1955 (Cwlth) ("Act"), the Tribunal can hear appeals as against conviction, prescribed acquittal and punishment in respect of prosecutions before the Australian Military Court. Further, pursuant to recent amendments to the Act, the Tribunal can also hear questions of law referred by the Director of Military Prosecutions.

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FOI Delegations - 2016
Response by Defence Force Discipline Appeal Tribunal to Ben Fairless on .
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UNCLASSIFIED Dear Mr Fairless   I refer to your email dated 2 November 2016 addressed to the Defence Force Discipline Appeal Tribunal. The Defen...

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