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2013 | 6(14) | 175-193
Article title

Wojskowe sądy rejonowe (1946—1955).Organizacja wewnętrzna.

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Military Regional Courts (1946—1955).Internal organization.
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Military courts, including military regional courts, were not only the units of jurisdiction, but also typical military units functioning in the army on the basis of similar rules as the remaining ones. MRC, in terms of organization and economy, was subject to the command of a given military district. An internal organization of MRC was based on a strong position of the head of the court as a commander in chief of this specific army unit. The head of MRC managed the court by means of orders. Military judges were officers in the professional service having the same laws and duties as other officers. They were to obey the regulations concerning the military service, orders, regulations and instructions given by particular army authorities, that is the ministry of the and a commander in chief of the army unit. The officers of the justice service declared the military oath apart from the judge one. The judge courts while performing their professional duties were obliged to wear uniforms and weapons. The duties of the MRC courts in terms of the court administration and military service often influence the judicature activity and judicial independence.
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175-193
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