2006 Louisiana Laws - RS 29:176 — Article 76. finality of proceedings, findings, and sentences
§176. Article 76. Finality of proceedings, findings, and sentences
The appellate review of records of trial provided by this code, the proceedings, findings, and sentences of courts-martial as approved, reviewed, or affirmed as required by this code, and all dismissals and discharges carried into execution under sentences by courts-martial following approval, review, or affirmation as required by this code, are final and conclusive. Orders publishing the proceedings of courts-martial and all action taken pursuant to those proceedings are binding upon all departments, courts, agencies, and officers of the state subject only to action upon a petition for a new trial as provided in R.S. 29:173 and to action under R.S. 29:174, and the authority of the governor.
Acts 1974, No. 621, §1.
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