reciprocal jurisdiction

reciprocal jurisdiction

The exercise of court-martial jurisdiction by one armed force over personnel of another armed force, pursuant to specific authorization by the President or by the Secretary of Defense.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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Admission on motion, however, only applies to certain surrounding states--Texas, Oklahoma, Missouri and Tennessee--that have reciprocal jurisdiction. That is, those states allow Arkansans crossing the state line to do the same thing.
In many states, it is not even necessary to obtain a judgment in the taxing state before filing suit in some reciprocal jurisdictions.