Minor offenses

Whether or not an offense may be considered as “minor” depends upon its nature, the time and place of its commission, the persons committing it and other circumstances surrounding its commission. The term includes derelictions not involving moral turpitude, or any greater degree of criminality that is involved in the average offense tried by summary court-martial. (PAM 1-10)

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