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Taking this to court martial could backfire on you, because your argument here concerning the time frame requires that you state, on the record, that you can't remember what happened because you were under the influence of narcotics (though legally prescribed). That would mean establishing a confession that you shouldn't have been driving in the first place.
You'd then be potentially subject to court martial for that offense, so it'd really not be in your best interest to state that on the record.
If you were already going to court martial, then sure it would be worth presenting that as fact evidence to show that you didn't intentionally engage in an illegal act, but sort of accidentally did. It would reduce the potential punishment.
But demanding trial by court martial on these facts isn't really useful and actually would serve to harm you.
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