Appeals will be reviewed by a committee headed by the head of the Court of Cassation and judges from the Cairo Appeals Court, and the Supreme Court of Military Appeals.
What does COMA stand for?
COMA stands for Court Of Military Appeals
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- Military and Government
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We have 45 other meanings of COMA in our Acronym Attic
- Commercial Online Multimedia Applications
- Committee on Medical Aspects of Food and Nutrition Policy (UK; disbanded in 2000)
- Communication Analysts (consulting firm; Singapore)
- Community of Malta Artists
- Congenital Oculomotor Apraxia (ophthalmology)
- Connecticut-Westchester Mycological Association (Croton-on Hudson, New York)
- Constantly on My Ass
- Control Of Major Accidents
- Council Of Maritime Affairs (Canada)
- Coupling-Of-Mode Analysis
- College of Marin Alumni Association
- Commander, Alaskan Air Command
- Commander, Allied Air Forces Central Europe
- Colegio Mexicano de Alergia, Asma e Inmunología Pediátrica, AC (Mexico)
- Compagnie Martiniquaise de Bâtiment (French: Building Company of Martinique)
- Construction Mayennaise Artisanale du Batiment (French construction company)
- Central Oregon Motorcycle and ATV (All Terrain Vehicle) Club
- Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China, Ltd. (est. 2008; Shanghai, China)
- Common Accident
- Coordinate Modal Assurance Criterion
Samples in periodicals archive:
Similarly, evidentiary rules at courts-martial were governed by a common law of evidence that had emerged from successive decisions from the Court of Military Appeals (COMA) and, to a lesser extent, the inferior service courts.
In that vein, two of the most oft-quoted passages permeating post-Opper military corroboration jurisprudence are found in the 1987 and 1988 Court of Military Appeals decisions in United States v.
Matthews, the Court of Military Appeals (CMA) affirmatively stated that the Bill of Rights applies to the military.
Court of Military Appeals steered a middle course between a rule requiring that interrogation cease at any mention of counsel and one permitting the agents to continue questioning after an equivocal reference to a lawyer.
The decree also gives a chance to all those whose names aren't included in the list, yet believe they fall under the criteria of deserving amnesty to file appeals to the public prosecutor or the military prosecutor within a month after the issuance of the list," Gad Allah added, explaining the appeals would then be reviewed by a committee headed by a deputy of the head of the Court of Cassation, alongside a judge from the Cairo Appeals Court and another from the Supreme Court of Military Appeals.