(a) Prohibition on Prosecutors serving as Defense Counsel. Judge advocates assigned to the Office of the Chief Prosecutor shall be deemed unavailable for service as Defense Counsel under 32 CFR 9.4(c)(3)(i).
(b) Prohibition on certain disclosures. All Prosecutors must strictly comply with 32 CFR 9.6(d)(5) and 9.9 to ensure they do not improperly disclose classified information, national security information, or state secrets to any person not specifically authorized to receive such information.
(c) Statements to the media. Consistent with DoD Directive 5122.5 1, the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs shall serve as the sole release authority for DoD information and audiovisual materials regarding military commissions. Personnel assigned to the Office of the Chief Prosecutor may communicate with news media representatives regarding cases and other matters related to military commissions only when approved by the Appointing Authority or the General Counsel of the Department of Defense.
Footnote(s):1 Available at http://www.dtic.mil/whs/directives.
Title 32 published on 2012-07-01
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