Tex. Gov't Code Section 432.102
Initial Action on Record


After trial by court-martial the record shall be forwarded to the convening authority, and action on the record may be taken by the person who convened the court, a commissioned officer then commanding, a successor in command, or any officer exercising general court-martial jurisdiction.
Acts 1987, 70th Leg., ch. 147, Sec. 1, eff. Sept. 1, 1987.

Source: Section 432.102 — Initial Action on Record, https://statutes.­capitol.­texas.­gov/Docs/GV/htm/GV.­432.­htm#432.­102 (accessed Jun. 5, 2024).

432.001
Definitions
432.002
Persons Subject to Chapter
432.003
Jurisdiction to Try Certain Personnel
432.004
Territorial Applicability of Chapter
432.005
Judge Advocates and Legal Officers
432.008
Apprehension
432.009
Apprehension of Deserters
432.010
Imposition of Restraint
432.011
Restraint of Persons Charged with Offenses
432.012
Reports and Receiving of Prisoners
432.013
Punishment Prohibited Before Trial
432.014
Delivery of Offenders to Civil Authorities
432.015
Commanding Officer’s Nonjudicial Punishment
432.031
Courts-martial Classified
432.032
Jurisdiction of Court-martial in General
432.033
Jurisdiction of General Court-martial
432.034
Jurisdiction of Special Court-martial
432.035
Jurisdiction of Summary Court-martial
432.036
Jurisdiction of Court-martial Not Exclusive
432.041
Who May Convene General Court-martial
432.042
Who May Convene Special Court-martial
432.043
Who May Convene Summary Court-martial
432.044
Who May Serve on Court-martial
432.045
Military Judge of Court-martial
432.046
Detail of Trial Counsel and Defense Counsel
432.047
Detail or Employment of Reporters and Interpreters
432.048
Absent and Additional Members
432.051
Charges and Specifications
432.052
Compulsory Self-incrimination Prohibited
432.053
Investigation
432.054
Forwarding of Charges
432.055
Advice of Staff Judge Advocate and Reference for Trial
432.056
Service of Charges
432.061
Procedure
432.062
Unlawfully Influencing Action of Court
432.063
Duties of Trial Counsel and Defense Counsel
432.064
Sessions
432.065
Continuances
432.066
Challenges
432.067
Oaths
432.068
Limitations
432.069
Former Jeopardy
432.070
Pleas of Accused
432.071
Opportunity to Obtain Witnesses and Other Evidence
432.072
Refusal to Appear or Testify
432.073
Contempt
432.074
Depositions
432.075
Admissibility of Records of Courts of Inquiry
432.076
Voting and Rulings
432.077
Number of Votes Required
432.078
Court-martial to Announce Action
432.079
Record of Trial
432.091
Cruel and Unusual Punishments Prohibited
432.092
Limits
432.093
Effective Date of Sentences
432.094
Execution of Confinement
432.101
Error of Law
432.102
Initial Action on Record
432.103
Same General Court-martial Records
432.104
Reconsideration and Revision
432.105
Rehearings
432.106
Approval by Convening Authority
432.107
Disposition of Records After Review by Convening Authority
432.108
Review by State Judge Advocate General
432.109
Review by Texas Court of Military Appeals
432.110
Appellate Counsel
432.111
Vacation of Suspension
432.112
Petition for New Trial
432.113
Remission or Suspension
432.114
Restoration
432.115
Finality of Proceedings, Findings, and Sentences
432.121
Persons to Be Tried or Punished
432.122
Principals
432.123
Accessory After the Fact
432.124
Conviction of Lesser Included Offense
432.125
Attempts
432.126
Conspiracy
432.127
Solicitation
432.128
Fraudulent Enlistment, Appointment, or Separation
432.129
Unlawful Enlistment, Appointment, or Separation
432.130
Desertion
432.131
Absence Without Leave
432.132
Missing Movement
432.133
Contempt Towards Governor
432.134
Disrespect Toward Superior Commissioned Officer
432.135
Assaulting or Wilfully Disobeying Superior Commissioned Officer
432.136
Insubordinate Conduct Toward Warrant Officer or Noncommissioned Officer
432.137
Failure to Obey Order or Regulation
432.138
Cruelty and Maltreatment
432.139
Mutiny, Sedition, Failure to Suppress Mutiny or Sedition
432.140
Resistance, Breach of Arrest, and Escape
432.141
Releasing Prisoner Without Proper Authority
432.142
Unlawful Detention of Another
432.143
Noncompliance with Procedural Rules
432.151
False Official Statements
432.152
Military Property--loss, Damage, Destruction, or Wrongful Disposition
432.153
Property Other than Military Property--waste, Spoilage, or Destruction
432.154
Improper Hazarding of Vessel
432.155
Driving While Intoxicated or While Under Influence of Narcotic Drug
432.156
Drunk on Duty
432.157
Malingering
432.158
Riot or Breach of Peace
432.159
Provoking Speeches or Gestures
432.160
Larceny and Wrongful Appropriation
432.161
Forgery
432.162
Extortion
432.163
Assault
432.164
Perjury
432.165
Frauds Against Government
432.166
Conduct Unbecoming an Officer and a Gentleman
432.167
General Article
432.171
Definitions
432.172
Sexual Assault and Indecent Assault
432.173
State Sexual Offense Prevention and Response Program
432.174
Investigation
432.175
Protective Order
432.176
Report to Legislature
432.181
Courts of Inquiry
432.182
Authority to Administer Oaths
432.183
Chapter to Be Explained
432.184
Complaints of Wrongs
432.185
Redress of Injuries to Property
432.186
Immunity for Action of Military Courts
432.187
Delegation of Authority by Governor
432.188
Execution of Process and Sentence
432.189
Process of Military Courts
432.190
Payment of Fines, Costs, and Disposition Thereof
432.191
Presumption of Jurisdiction
432.192
Witnesses’ Expenses
432.193
Arrest, Bonds, Laws Applicable
432.194
Expenses of Administration
432.195
Short Title
432.1225
Penal Code Offenses

Accessed:
Jun. 5, 2024

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