93 Application of sections 15 and 16 to persons subject to service discipline.E+W+S
(1)Sections 15 and 16, in their application to persons subject to service discipline, apply outside as well as within Great Britain and have effect as if—
(a)references to proceedings for an offence under any enactment included references to proceedings for the corresponding service offence,
(b)references to the court included a reference to any naval, military, or air force authority before whom the proceedings take place,
(c)references to a constable included references to a member of the provost staff, and
(d)in section 15, subsection (4) were omitted.
(2)Expressions used in this section have the same meaning as in sections [F13A] to 10 of the Road Traffic Act 1988.
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