Article 134 – Drinking Liquor with Prisoner

If a prisoner (enlisted member) is found drunk in a correctional facility and after a court martial confirms his guilt, he can be handed more punishment. The case of a drunk prisoner is not specifically mentioned in the text of Article 134.

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  • Child endangerment, now Article 119b.
  • Drinking liquor with a prisoner, now Article 96b.
  • Willfully discharging a firearm to endanger a human life, now Article 114b.

https://www.militarytimes.com/news/your-army/2019/01/15/heres-what-you-need-to-know-about-the-biggest-update-to-ucmj-in-decade…


Drinking alcoholic beverages with a prisoner is deemed unlawful unless the accused had been granted the specific authority to do so, by a competent authority.

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A conviction of drunk and disorderly while aboard ship carries a maximum possible punishment of a bad-conduct discharge, forfeiture of all pay and allowances, …

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offense under Article 134 depends upon the nature … court-martial may convict only if it finds from all of … Article 134 (Drinking liquor with prisoner).

https://www.sapr.mil/public/docs/ucmj/UCMJ_Article134_General_Article.pdf

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