US Army Legal Investigations


Human misbehavior, and allegations thereof, are ever present. In the course of an Army career it is nearly inevitable that soldiers will be called upon to investigate alleged misdeeds on the part of their subordinates, peers, or even seniors. Articles 31 and 32 of the Uniformed Code of Military Justice (10 US Code 3012) and Army Regulations 15-6 and 195-2 contain specifics on who should perform these investigations and how. The attached documents are intended to be worksheets and summaries to help investigating officers better perform their important tasks.

US Army Legal Investigation – DA_Form_2823

US Army Legal Investigation – Evidence Gathering

US Army Legal Investigation – Preinvestigation Plan

 

 

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