DD Form 2329 Record of Trial by Summary Court-Martial

DD Form 2329 - also known as the "Record Of Trial By Summary Court-martial" - is a United States Military form issued by the Department of Defense.

The form - often incorrectly referred to as the DA form 2329 - was last revised on August 1, 1984. Download an up-to-date fillable PDF version of the DD 2329 below or request a copy through the chain of command.

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RECORD OF TRIAL BY SUMMARY COURT-MARTIAL
1a.
NAME
OF ACCUSED (Last, First, MI)
b. GRADE OR
c. UNIT OR ORGANIZATION OF ACCUSED
d.
SSN
RANK
2a.
NAME
OF CONVENING AUTHORITY (Last,
b. RANK
c. POSITION
d.
ORGANIZATION OF CONVENING
AUTHORITY
First, MI)
3a.
NAME
OF SUMMARY COURT-MARTIAL
b. RANK
c. UNIT OR ORGANIZATION OF SUMMARY COURT-MARTIAL
(If SCM was accuser, so state)
(Check appropriate answer)
YES
NO
4.
At a preliminary proceeding held on
,
, the summary court-martial gave the
accused a copy of the charge sheet.
At that preliminary proceeding the summary court-martial informed the accused of the following:
5.
a. The fact that the charge(s) had been referred to a summary court-martial for trial and the date of referral.
b. The identity of the convening authority.
c.
The
name(s) of the accuser(s).
d. The general nature of the charge(s).
e.
The
accused’s right to object to trial by summary court-martial.
f. The accused’s right to inspect the allied papers and immediately available personnel records.
g. The names of the witnesses who could be called to testify and any documents or physical evidence which the
summary court-martial expected to introduce into evidence.
h. The accused’s right to cross-examine witnesses and have the summary court-martial cross-examine on behalf of the accused.
i. The accused’s right to call witnesses and produce evidence with the assistance of the summary court-martial if necessary.
j. That during the trial the summary court-martial would not consider any matters, including statements previously made by the
accused to the summary court-martial, unless admitted in accordance with the Military Rules of Evidence.
k. The accused’s right to testify on the merits or to remain silent, with the assurance that no adverse inference would be drawn
by the summary court-martial from such silence.
l. If any findings of guilty were announced, the accused’s right to remain silent, to make an unsworn statement, oral or written
or both, and to testify and to introduce evidence in extenuation or mitigation.
m. The maximum sentence which could be adjudged if the accused was found guilty of the offense(s) alleged.
n.
The accused’s
right to plead guilty or not guilty.
6.
At the trial proceeding held on
,
, the accused, after being given a reasonable time to
decide,
did
did not object to trial by summary court-martial.
(Note: The SCM may ask the accused to initial this entry at the time the election is made.)
(Initial)
7a.
The accused
was
was not represented by counsel.
(If the accused was represented by counsel, complete b, c, and d below.)
b.
NAME OF COUNSEL
c. RANK (If any)
(Last, First, MI)
d.
COUNSEL
QUALIFICATIONS
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RECORD OF TRIAL BY SUMMARY COURT-MARTIAL
1a.
NAME
OF ACCUSED (Last, First, MI)
b. GRADE OR
c. UNIT OR ORGANIZATION OF ACCUSED
d.
SSN
RANK
2a.
NAME
OF CONVENING AUTHORITY (Last,
b. RANK
c. POSITION
d.
ORGANIZATION OF CONVENING
AUTHORITY
First, MI)
3a.
NAME
OF SUMMARY COURT-MARTIAL
b. RANK
c. UNIT OR ORGANIZATION OF SUMMARY COURT-MARTIAL
(If SCM was accuser, so state)
(Check appropriate answer)
YES
NO
4.
At a preliminary proceeding held on
,
, the summary court-martial gave the
accused a copy of the charge sheet.
At that preliminary proceeding the summary court-martial informed the accused of the following:
5.
a. The fact that the charge(s) had been referred to a summary court-martial for trial and the date of referral.
b. The identity of the convening authority.
c.
The
name(s) of the accuser(s).
d. The general nature of the charge(s).
e.
The
accused’s right to object to trial by summary court-martial.
f. The accused’s right to inspect the allied papers and immediately available personnel records.
g. The names of the witnesses who could be called to testify and any documents or physical evidence which the
summary court-martial expected to introduce into evidence.
h. The accused’s right to cross-examine witnesses and have the summary court-martial cross-examine on behalf of the accused.
i. The accused’s right to call witnesses and produce evidence with the assistance of the summary court-martial if necessary.
j. That during the trial the summary court-martial would not consider any matters, including statements previously made by the
accused to the summary court-martial, unless admitted in accordance with the Military Rules of Evidence.
k. The accused’s right to testify on the merits or to remain silent, with the assurance that no adverse inference would be drawn
by the summary court-martial from such silence.
l. If any findings of guilty were announced, the accused’s right to remain silent, to make an unsworn statement, oral or written
or both, and to testify and to introduce evidence in extenuation or mitigation.
m. The maximum sentence which could be adjudged if the accused was found guilty of the offense(s) alleged.
n.
The accused’s
right to plead guilty or not guilty.
6.
At the trial proceeding held on
,
, the accused, after being given a reasonable time to
decide,
did
did not object to trial by summary court-martial.
(Note: The SCM may ask the accused to initial this entry at the time the election is made.)
(Initial)
7a.
The accused
was
was not represented by counsel.
(If the accused was represented by counsel, complete b, c, and d below.)
b.
NAME OF COUNSEL
c. RANK (If any)
(Last, First, MI)
d.
COUNSEL
QUALIFICATIONS
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8.
The accused was arraigned on the attached charge(s) and specification(s). The accused’spleas and the findings reached are shown below:
CHARGE(S) AND SPECIFICATION(S)
PLEA(S)
FINDINGS (Include any exceptions and substitutions)
9.
The following sentenced was adjudged:
10.
The accused was advised of the right to request that
11.
The accused was advised of the right to submit written matters to the convening
confinement be deferred.
authority, including a request for clemency, and of the right to request review by
(Note: When confinement is
the Judge Advocate General.
adjudged.)
YES
NO
YES
NO
12. AUTHENTICATION
Signature of Summary Court-Martial
Date
13. ACTION BY CONVENING AUTHORITY
Typed Name of Convening Authority
Position of Convening Authority
Rank
Signature of Convening Authority
Date
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