Synopsis As Introduced Amends the Illinois Code of Military Justice. Makes conforming changes so as to parallel the federal Uniform Code of Military Justice. Makes changes to provisions concerning conviction of offense charged; conspiracy; desertion; disrespect toward superior commissioned officer; and other matters. Adds provisions concerning malingering; breach of medical quarantine; resistance, flight, breach of arrest, and escape; offenses against correctional custody and restriction; prohibited activities with military recruit or trainee by person in position of special trust; offenses by sentinel or lookout; disrespect toward sentinel or lookout; misconduct as prisoner; public records offenses; fraudulent enlistment, appointment, or separation; unlawful enlistment, appointment, or separation; forgery; false or unauthorized pass offenses; impersonation of officer; wearing unauthorized insignia; parole violation; mail matter; leaving scene of vehicle accident; communicating threats; death or injury of an unborn child; child endangerment; rape and sexual assault; rape and sexual assault of a child; other sexual misconduct; receiving stolen property; offenses concerning Government computers; frauds against the United States; and other matters. Effective immediately.
Replaces everything after the enacting clause. Reinserts the provisions of the introduced bill, but with the following changes. Removes provisions relating to, among other things, the following: desertion; offenses against correctional custody and restriction; spies; espionage; public records; forgery; mail; leaving the scene of a vehicle accident; drunken or reckless operation of a vehicle, aircraft, or vessel; endangerment; murder; manslaughter; death or injury of an unborn child; child endangerment; rape and sexual assault of adults and children; other sexual misconduct; larceny; fraudulent use of credit cards and debit cards; robbery; receiving stolen property; directing payment of money without sufficient funds; frauds against the United States; bribery; graft; kidnapping; arson; extortion; assault; maiming; burglary; stalking; perjury; subornation of perjury; obstructing justice; misprision; wrongful refusal to testify; and prevention of authorized seizure of property. Provides that certain regulations shall be prescribed by the Secretary of the Army or the Air Force. Removes punishment by death for committing specified offenses and instead provides that the punishment shall be as a court-martial may direct. Effective immediately.