FANDOM


For information relating to the term court martial in Star Trek canon, see court martial. For more information relating to the term court martial in Star Trek fanon, see court martial.

A court martial was a legal trial of an officer by a panel of other high-ranking officers to establish a ruling of innocence or guilt against a charge or charges brought against that officer. (The plural of court martial was courts martial.)

Captain John Greene faced court-martial in 2371 after the loss of the USS Prospect during a Special Operations mission to the Gamma Quadrant to make first contact with the Dominion's Founders. (Star Trek: The Prospect Chronicles) This is assumed as Greene was found innocent as he was given command of the Galaxy-class USS Prospect-A later in the same year.

In 2373, USS Cantabrian commanding officer Noah Wrightson and second officer Antonio Fernandes faced a court martial, mostly for their disobedience of orders not to interfere with the aftermath of Samantha Delaney's triggering of her folded space drive prototype, a remnant of which was severely affecting a pre-warp planet and its inhabitants. The court marital, comprised of Admiral Zahara Hogan, Captain Liam de Gaillimhe and another Starfleet captain, found both not guilty. (Star Trek: The Cantabrian Expeditions: "Salvation", "Repercussions", "The Betrayed")

In early 2374, Daniel Radke was court martialed for assaulting Dr. Samantha Delaney after Wrightson's disappearance in a temporal rift aboard the Dark Starship at the end of the prior year. He resigned his commission as a result. (Star Trek: The Cantabrian Expeditions: "In the Still of the Night")

External links

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.