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RCMRoyal College of Midwives (UK)
RCMRevenue Cycle Management
RCMRoyal Canadian Mint
RCMReliability-Centered Maintenance
RCMReliability Centered Maintenance
RCMRoyal College of Music
RCMRegional Climate Model
RCMRoyal Conservatory of Music
RCMRemote Control Module
RCMRestrictive cardiomyopathy
RCMRegional Coordination Mechanism (various locations)
RCMRed Cell Mass (blood)
RCMRemedy Change Management
RCMRaiffeisen Capital Management (Austria)
RCMRadiocontrast Media
RCMRevision and Configuration Management
RCMRemote Console Manager
RCMRouting Controller Module
RCMReal Color Management
RCMRight Click Menu
RCMReconfigurable Computing Module
RCMRoman Catholic Mission
RCMReclaimed Concrete Material
RCMRequirements and Configuration Management
RCMResearch Coordination Meeting (various organizations)
RCMRed Carpet Massacre (Duran Duran's album)
RCMRemote Condition Monitoring
RCMRing-Closing Metathesis
RCMResolution of the Council of Ministers (Portugal)
RCMRule for Court-Martial (US DoD)
RCMRight Costal Margin
RCMResidential Construction Management
RCMRaíz Cuadrática Media
RCMRight Concept Marketing (India)
RCMRotary Club of Milwaukee (Milwaukee, WI)
RCMResource Capacity Management
RCMRisk Control Measure
RCMRehabilitation Case Management (healthcare; various locations)
RCMReliability Centered Management
RCMResource Conservation Manitoba (Canada)
RCMRevenus de Capitaux Mobiliers (French: Income from Movable Capital; taxes)
RCMRegal CineMedia
RCMRecommended Control Measures
RCMRural Credit Market
RCMRecording Current Meter
RCMReciprocating Chemical Muscle
RCMRassemblement des Citoyens de Montréal
RCMRecords Compliance Management
RCMRelease Complete Message
RCMRemote Carrier Module
RCMRegistered Child Minder (UK)
RCMReligious Conference Manager (publication; Religious Conference Management Association)
RCMRelatively Closed Market
RCMRemote Component Replacement (energy tool)
RCMResidual Current Monitor
RCMRegion Communications Manager
RCMRecording Crew Manager (various companies)
RCMRadar Coded Messages
RCMRelocatable Classroom Module (various schools)
RCMRequirements Correlation Matrix
RCMReconciliation and Closure Manual
RCMResponsibility Center Manager (US Air Force)
RCMRadio Condé Macou (French radio club)
RCMRadio Canal Myrtille (French radio station)
RCMRegimental Court - Martial
RCMRoosevelt College Marikina (Marikina, Philippines)
RCMResource Configuration Manager
RCMCardiomyopathy, Familial Restrictive
RCMRock Concert Movement
RCMRemote Console Monitor
RCMRadar/Radio Countermeasures
RCMRugby Club Maritime (French rugby club)
RCMRealtime Convolution and Modulation Synthesis
RCMReject Connect Modify
RCMRelation Client Multi Canal (French: Multi-Channel Customer Relationship; business strategy)
RCMRecursive Cells Method
RCMRassemblement Chretien de Madagascar
RCMReflection Coefficient Method
RCMRotor Cypher Machine (cryptology)
RCMRéseaux de Communications Mobiles (French: Mobile Communications Networks)
RCMAviation Radio and Radar Countermeasures Technician (US Navy)
RCMRemote Construction Monitoring
RCMRadio Cab of Marshfield
RCMRegistre des Citoyens du Monde (French: Registry of World Citizens; est. 1949)
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court-martial, currently recognized by Rule for Court-Martial
Upon the expiration of the period for submissions, if matters have not been received, the post-trial paralegal will reach out to the Defense Counsel and Victim, if applicable, and request submission of matters pursuant to Rule for Court-Martial 1105 and 1105A or, if not yet requested, a request for additional time to provide matters.
(90) Rule for Court-Martial 502(e)(1) states that the qualifications for "reporter" may be prescribed by the Secretary.
Rule for Court-Martial 1003 outlines those punishments a court-martial may adjudge.
Within the UCMJ, it does not; (23) however, Rule for Court-Martial (RCM) 701(a)(2)(A) may arguably provide such a purpose.
A clear and steady focus on Rule for Court-Martial (RCM) 1001 should guide both parties in their presentation of sentencing evidence.
Since Allen, the courts and the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) have set forth four other categories of sentencing credit (Mason, Pierce, Rule for Court-Martial (RCM) 305(k), and Article 13 credit), all centered upon the idea of ensuring that servicemembers are treated fairly and credited with any pretrial confinement or punishment.
804(b)(2) [sic]" Rule for Court-Martial (RCM) 804(c)(2), the rule to which RCM 405(f)(3) was apparently intended to refer, provides that an accused shall be considered to have waived the right to be present when "[a]fter being warned by the military judge that disruptive conduct will cause the accused to be removed from the courtroom, persists in conduct which is such as to justify exclusion from the courtroom." Id.
Rule for Court-Martial 1001(b) is titled, "Matters to be presented by the prosecution." Rule for Court-Martial 1001(c) is titled, "Matters to be presented by the defense." So, a restriction in RCM 1001(b)(5)(D) that limits the evidence the trial counsel can present during the case in aggravation would not apply to the defense case in extenuation and mitigation.
(6) A motion in limine seeks to exclude evidence in a case and is governed by Rule for Court-Martial (RCM).
Rule for Court-Martial 1001(c)(1)(B) does not limit the defense to opinion or reputation evidence, but allows the defense to admit "particular acts of good conduct or bravery and evidence of the reputation or record of the accused ...
(98) Rule for Court-Martial 703(f)(2) does not require the Government to have acted in bad faith.