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Participation" in Foreign Interrogations The Military Rules of Evidence (MRE) provide that a rights advisement under the UCMJ and the U.
The Military Rules of Evidence (MRE) have been a permanent feature of courts-martial practice for more than thirty years.
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BACKGROUND OF THE PRIVILEGE Unlike the Federal Rules of Evidence, the Military Rules of Evidence codify the common law evidentiary privileges.
Introduction When a witness testifies at trial and has made a statement prior to trial, two Military Rules of Evidence (MRE)--MRE 801 and MRE 613--intersect to determine when and how the prior statement may be used to impeach.
Rather than a creating a specific act, the executive branch provided the military a "privilege" mechanism to prevent disclosure in the Military Rules of Evidence (MRE), under rule 505.
The military rules of evidence and rules for court-martial procedure govern special and general court-martial proceedings.
In particular, convictions for crimina falsi, (4) or crimes of dishonesty or deceit, are considered so relevant to credibility that both federal and military rules of evidence mandate their automatic admission for impeachment, without the need to apply any balancing test.