Defence Act 1954
Evidence of conviction or acquittal by a civil court.
249.— (1) Whenever any person subject to military law has been tried by any civil court, the certificate of the clerk of such court or of his deputy, or of any other officer having the custody of the records of such court, setting out the offence for which such person subject to military law was tried, together with the judgment of the court thereon or, if such person was acquitted, the acquittal, shall be evidence of the conviction and sentence, or of the order of the court, or of the acquittal of such person, as the case may be.
(2) This section shall apply to F346 [ a member of the Reserve Defence Force ] who is tried by a civil court, whether he is or is not at the time of trial subject to military law.
Substituted (1.09.2008) by Defence (Amendment) Act 2007 (24/2007), s. 4(2) and sch. 2, S.I. No. 254 of 2008.