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Here is an upublished opinion in the Court of Appeals, First Circuit, State of Louisana, in State v. Davis.

Note, this case was a court-martial tried under the Louisiana Code of Military Justice (a National Guard case).

La. R.S. 29:101-242, applies to all members of the state military forces when not subject to the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) and while in a duty status or under a lawful order to be in a duty status. The processing of charges and all proceedings, including trial, may be conducted without regard to the duty status of the accused. La. R.S. 29:102(A) and (C).