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Rules, Regulations, & Treaties.

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A Code is a systematically arranged collection or compendium of laws, rules, directives, regulations, and standards.
Each Code is set forth by and for a specific governing agency and pertains to the protocols and standards of procedure
    designed to govern the conduct and guide the missions of those who are members of that department or agency.

Directives and/or Regulations are cited by number and section, and may be referred to in a number of ways.
For example, Regulation 46, section A might be referred to as "Regulation 46A," "Order 46 section A", or "Directive 46-A."

Special Orders are issued for special unforseen circumstances or contingency situations such as conduct during wartime.

General Orders are guidelines that are especially useful in situations where flag officers cannot be consulted to resolve a situation.
                                                                 "Equinox" [VOY]

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[ Uniform Code of Military Justice ]

Starfleet General Orders:

Classified Directives:

The Omega Directive
    The Omega Directive is a classified Starfleet general order requiring the Captain of a starship to notify
    Starfleet Command immediately upon detection of an Omega molecule.  It authorizes the use of any
    and all means to destroy an Omega molecule. The Omega Directive was deemed necessary because of
    the extreme power and the threat to interstellar civilization posed by even a single Omega molecule.
    The Omega Directive even authorizes a starship Captain to violate the Prime Directive if necessary to
    erase knowledge of even the existence of Omega. Knowledge of the Omega Molecule and the Omega
    Directive is restricted to Starfleet officers of the ranks Captain or higher.
                                                                "The Omega Directive" [VOY]

Unclassified Directives:

General Order Number One: 
The Prime Directive
, also called the NonInterference Directive  -

Prime Directive,
Non-Interference Directive
Supersedes all other laws and directives, with the exception of the Omega Directive.
"The Omega Directive" [VOY]
"As the right of each sentient species to live in accordance with its normal cultural evolution is considered sacred, no Starfleet personnel may interfere with the healthy development of alien life    and culture. Such interference includes the introduction of superior knowledge, strength or technology to a world whose society is incapable of handling such advantages wisely.

When contacting planets making normal progress toward a free and unified society, a Starfleet officer shall make "no identification of self or mission; No interference with the social development of said planet; No references to space, or the fact that there are other worlds of more advanced civilization."  If contact is made with hitherto undiscovered intelligent life-forms, under no circumstances shall Starfleet personnel, either by word or deed, inform said life-forms that worlds other than their own exist outside the confines of their own space.

Bread and Circuses" [TOS]
No starship may interfere with the normal development of any alien life or society. "The Magicks of Megas-Tu" [TAS]

The sovereignty of each Federation member is to be respected in all things.  Starfleet personnel shall observe any and all statutes, laws, ordinances, and rules of governance currently in effect within the     jurisdiction of a member planet. Violators of such ordinances will be subject to such punishments or corrections as shall be determined by local governmental bodies.

Except when orders state to the contrary, Starfleet personnel will respect the territorial integrity of independent planetary systems and governments, and will not violate territorial space belonging to such worlds.

The prime directive doesn't let the Federation get involved in other people's civil wars.
"The Circle" [DS9]

There follow several pages of qualifications, guidelines and commentary including definitions of "healthy development," "normal progress," "free and unified society" and other terms; what constitutes interference with the social development; when Prime Directive provisions may be overridden and by whom; penalties for violations, First Contact protocols, et cetera.

There are 47 sub-orders to the Prime Directive.  (Naomi Wildman knows them all).
"Infinite Regress" [VOY]

A star captain's most solemn oath is that he will give his life, even his entire crew, rather than violate the Prime Directive.  If there exists eyewitness testimony by senior officers or similar verifiable evidence
that an individual has violated the Prime Directive, said individual may be relieved of duty by a duly sworn representative of the Federation government and placed under immediate arrest. The     governmental representative shall then take such action as he/she deems necessary to minimize the results of the violation.  Any firearms in the violator's possession should be confiscated.  The violator must be informed of his/her arrest according to Regulation 7, paragraph 4, and formal charges must be filed.  Failure to act, will result in the Federation representative being counted as guilty as the violator.

Starfleet personnel may not violate this Prime Directive, even to save their lives and/or their ship, unless they are acting to right an earlier violation or an accidental contamination of said culture.

"The Omega Glory" [TOS]

Penalties for violation of the Prime Directive are severe. The minimum penalty for a willful violation is a dishonorable discharge; more severe violations carry punishments up to life imprisonment.


General Order 4:  (probably rewritten to this form in early 2268)
Said to be the only Death Penalty left on the books.
                                                             "Turnabout Intruder" [TOS]
The Original General Order 4 was probably replaced by General Order 7, which was also said to be the
    only death penalty left. If relations with the Talosians have not changed, it could be this new General
    Order might have been made to include other worlds that could pose a mortal threat to the Federation
    similar to the situation with Talos IV.

General Order 6:
If a ship is encountered where all personnel on board have perished from an incurable disease - to prevent it
    from spreading to other beings and to protect other ships from the potential hazards within - the commanding
    officer present must destroy it within 24 hours (So that torpedoes, or other weaponry are not wasted, this
    is usually accomplished by setting the ship to self-destruct.)
                                                                "Albatross" [TAS]
     This order seems to be contradicted in the episode TOS: "The Omega Glory" and
     TNG: "Unnatural Selection".

General Order Number Seven  (probably rewritten as General Order 4 sometime in early 2268)
This order forbids any contact with the planet Talos IV.
    Information on the Talos Star Group is classified.  No vessel under any condition, emergency or
    otherwise, is to visit Talos IV.  Only Fleet Command is allowed to know why.
Commodore Mendez of Starbase 11 had the authority to authorize Captain Kirk to read a classified file
    concerning Talos.                             "The Menagerie, part 1" [TOS]
It provides the only death penalty on the books.
                                                             "The Menagerie, part 1" [TOS]
Commodore Mendez of Starbase 11 had the authority to suspend General Order 7.
                                                              "The Menagerie, part 2" [TOS]
This order was probably renumbered as General Order 4 sometime between 2267 ("The Menagerie")
    and 2268 ("The Omega Glory") since by that time Regulation 7 seems to pertain to the arrest of fellow
    officers.  But it was definitely changed by 2269 ("Turnabout Intruder") since it was stated there that
    General Order 4 is the only death penalty left on the books.

General Order Number Twelve

 This order establishes protocols for making communications contact with approaching space vessels,
    and particularly with the approach of space vessels with which communications contact has not
    been established.
"On the approach of any vessel, when communications have not been established..."
    (Saavik was interrupted before completing the quotation of the order, but it is implied that the ship
    is supposed to take a defensive posture when faced with a noncommunicative ship.)
                                                                "The Wrath of Khan" [ST2]
Regulations call for a Yellow Alert if approached by an unidentified hostile vessel.
                                                                "The Outrageous Okana" [TNG]

General Order Number Thirteen

  Evacuation Order for Starfleet vessels.
                                                                "Star Trek" [ST2009]

General Order Number Fifteen   Security protocols for Away Team Members
    Starfleet regulations prohibit the Captain from leaving the ship unaccompanied.
                                                                 "First Flight" [ENT]
    General Order 15 states, in part, that "No Flag officer shall beam into a hazardous situation without armed escort."
    (Kirk stated there was no such regulation, although this may have been intended simply to discourage
    Saavik.)                                                 "The Wrath of Khan" [ST2]

General Order Number Twenty-Four
 This order provides for the orbital bombardment of a hostile planet. It is normally only used in time of
    war.  It is an order to destroy all life on an entire planet unless the order is countermanded within a
    specified period. This order has been given by Captain Garth (Antos IV) and Captain James T. Kirk
    (Eminiar VII). On neither occasion was the order actually fulfilled.  Garth may have explained the
    spirit of the order when he suggested he gave the order because, "I could say they were actively
    hostile towards the Federation."       "A Taste of Armageddon" [TOS], "Whom Gods Destroy" [TOS]

Starfleet Regulations:
Several of the first one hundred plus Starfleet Orders used by the Federation Starfleet, were in place during
    the 22nd century, evidently implemented by Earth Starfleet.
                                                                "Hatchery" [ENT]


Starfleet Order 2:

Starfleet regulation against the taking of intelligent life.
                                                                "One of Our Planets is Missing" [TAS]

Regulation 3
    Paragraph 12:
    The primary responsibility of the commander of any Starfleet vessel or installation is the welfare
        and safety of his crew, including any civilian members. No action may be taken that creates an
        unwarranted threat to the safety of those individuals under the officer's charge, except in the line
        of duty and when otherwise unavoidable. Starfleet vessel captains are to consider the lives of
        their crew members as sacred. In any potentially hostile situation, the captain will place the lives
        of his crew above the fate of his ship.   Furthermore, In the event of imminent destruction, a
        Starfleet Captain is authorized to preserve the lives of his crew by any justifiable means.
                                                              "Equinox, part 1" [VOY]

Regulation 6.57
    At least two staff officers are required to be present during any treaty or contract negotiations.
        (This may be a fictional regulation which Picard made up to convince the Aldeans to allow
         Beverly Crusher to beam down with him).

                                                                "When the Bough Breaks" [TNG]


Regulation 7
    Paragraph 4:
        When placing an officer under arrest, he/she is to be informed using the following wording
        "You must now consider yourself under arrest, unless in the presence of the most senior fellow
        officers presently available, you give satisfactory answers to those charges which are now brought..."
                                                            "The Omega Glory" [TOS]

Directive 010:
"Before engaging alien species in battle, any and all attempts to make first contact and achieve a
    nonmilitary resolution must be made."
                                                             "In the Flesh" [VOY]

Starfleet code, section 12, paragraph 4:
        A ship's Executive Officer can recommend that the Captain of the ship not accompany an Away-
        Team until the area has been secured.   "Nemesis" [ST10]  

Regulation 17.43:
In an alternate reality, this regulation relates to Starfleet's ethical code of conduct, and was part of the
    Starfleet Code. Starfleet Academy cadets found cheating were accused to be in violation of the
    regulation.                                               "Star Trek" [ST2009] 

Regulation 46
 Establishes communications protocols for combat situations.
    Section A states, "If transmissions are being monitored during battle, no uncoded messages are to be
        transmitted on an open channel."     "The Wrath of Khan" [ST2]

Directive 101
An individual accused of a crime has the right to remain silent. (In 2372 Tuvok informed confessed
    murderer Lon Suder that this Directive ensured he did not have to answer any questions.)
                                                                 "Meld" [VOY]

Regulation 104
 Establishes the chain of command on a Starship or Starbase.
    Section A establishes procedures for the assumption of command by the ranking officer in the event
        of the death or incapacitation of his superior officers.
    Section B establishes procedures for a senior officer outside the chain of command to assume
        command of a Starship or Starbase.
        Paragraph 1A allows a ranking officer to take command of any Starfleet vessel.
                                                                "The Doomsday Machine" [TOS]
      Section C establishes procedures for removal from command of an officer deemed medically unfit
        by the Chief Medical Officer of a Starship or Starbase.  It allows the Chief Medical Officer of a
        starship to relieve the commanding officer of duty, providing he can back up his claim with
        evidence that proves the commanding officer is unfit for duty, typically such proof would consist
        of the results of a recent physical examination.
                                                                 "The Doomsday Machine" [TOS], "Hatchery" [ENT]

Federation Legal Code, Order 104
Re: Command Posting Precedents
ORDER 104, SECTION B: Starfleet order that deals with chain of command. Commodore Matt Decker
     quoted regulaton 104-B to Spock when taking command of the Enterprise in 2267.
ORDER 104, SECTION C: Starfleet regulation states that the Chief Medical Officer may relieve a
    commander of duty if he or she is mentally or physically hurt. Precedent: (C. or G.) Stocker, a Starfleet
    officer who assumed command of Starbase 10 In 2267. Stocker was transported to the post aboard the
    starship enterprise. While enroute, several Enterprise personnel became ill with a radiation induced
    hyperaccelerated aging disease. fearing the loss of these officers, Stocker assumed command of the Enterprise.
                                                             from Computer Display "Tinker, Tenor, Doctor, Spy" [VOY]
Regulation 157  -  Starfleet's Temporal Displacement Policy, a.k.a. "The Temporal Prime Directive"
A fundamental principle guiding Starfleet. The regulation states that all Starfleet officers are forbidden to
    directly interfere with history and thus alter the timeline.  Unlike the Prime Directive, however,
    Starfleet time travelers are further charged with a duty to maintain the current timeline and prevent
    history from being altered.
     VOY: "Future's End, Part II"
     VOY: "Relativity"
     VOY: "Shattered"
     VOY: "Endgame"
     It is unclear exactly when the TPD came into effect. In "Shattered", Janeway seemed to
     be aware of the directive's existence in 2371, long before "Future's End, Part II",
     which seemed to imply that the TPD was a 29th century regulation.

The Federation has strict regulations about not interfering with the timeline.
                                                               "Wrongs Darker than Death or Night" [DS9]
    Section 3
        Time traveling personnel are prohibited from interfering in past time lines.
                                                               "Past Tense, part 1" [DS9]
        Paragraph 18:
            Starfleet officers shall take all necessary precautions to minimize any participation in historical
            events.                                        "Trials and Tribble-ations" [DS9]

Regulation 191
    Article 14:
        In a combat situation involving more than one ship, command falls to the vessel with tactical
        superiority.                                     "Equinox, Part I" [VOY]

Regulation 476
    Section 9  All away teams must report to the bridge at least once every 24 hours.
                                                                "Once Upon a Time" [VOY]

Regulation 619:
    A commanding officer must relieve himself of command if the mission at hand leaves them emotionally
    compromised and unable to make rational decisions.
        (Original Spock tells an alternate Kirk to use this so it should apply to both the original and alternate universe too).
                                                                "Star Trek" [ST2009]

Directive 927 of the Starfleet general order  -
Dala quotes this order, which she says is "Always help those in need."
    This may not be a true directive.  The terminology sounds too simplistic for Starfleet.  It may be
    that it is just part of the humor written into the story for the viewer.  The con artists would be
    expected to quote fictitious Starfleet adages and directives as part of their scams.  That said, it is
    still possible that such an Order could actually exist and that Dala's act was based on it.  But, of
    course, the actual Directive would likely be couched in wording more appropriate for Starfleet.
                                                              "Live Fast and Prosper" [VOY]

Starfleet Order 2005:
Establishes protocols and procedures for the engaging of the autodestruct sequence on a Starship or
    Starbase.  Orders the destruction of a Starship by allowing Matter/Antimatter to mix in an
    uncontrolled manner. This is a last resort for a captain that allows him to destroy the ship taking
    out as many enemy ships as possible. "The Motion Picture" [ST1]

Starfleet Order 28455:
Federation order that dictates the formal relief of a commanding officer by their successor.  In the alternate
    reality, Admiral Richard Barnett told Captain James T. Kirk by this order he had to report to Admiral
    Christopher Pike to relieve him of command of the Enterprise.
                                                             "Star Trek" [ST2009]

Special Orders:

Special Order 66715:
Grants the Starfleet Internal Affairs Department authority to neutralise security threats to the Federation
    (and by extension, DS9) by whatever means necessary.
                                                               "Inquisition" [DS9]

Starfleet Security Protocols:
Starfleet Security Protocol 28 (Subsection D):
"In the event of hostile alien takeover the EMH is to deactivate and wait for rescue."
                                                              "Message in a Bottle" [VOY]
Protocol 49.09: (Regarding the treatment of prisoners aboard a starship)
    Spock marooned Kirk on Delta Vega.  Kirk believed this action violated this protocol.
                                                                "Star Trek" [ST11]

Tactical Directives:
Tactical Directive 36:
"The captain will not engage a hostile force without the protection of a security officer."
                                                                "Unimatrix Zero, part 1" [VOY]

The Starfleet Engineering Code:
Regulation 42: 
    Mission critical components require a secondary backup in case the primary backup fails.
                                                                "Destiny" [DS9]
    Section 15:   Impulse Engine Specifications:  Pressure Variances in the Impulse Reaction Chamber (IRC) Tank Storage. --
        An Engineering procedure written by Montgomery Scott whose figures are a wee bit on the
        conservative side.                           "Relics" [TNG]

Regulation 2884.3: Substances unstable in an oxygen atmosphere must be handled with care.
                                                                "Night Terrors" [TNG]

Regulation 3287.0: Due to its highly volatile nature, antimatter must be stored in magnetic confinement pods.
                                                                "Night Terrors" [TNG]

Removing the safeties off the plasma intercooler, the flux moderator and the pressurant control system of
    the Valiant solved the problem they were having but it violated about fifty safety regulations.  Chief O'Brien
    had made the same changes to the Defiant and she never had a problem.
                                                                "Valiant" [DS9]

Starfleet Medical Protocols:
Starfleet Medical Regulation 121
    Section A  If there is evidence in the actions of the captain that he / she is mentally or emotionally
        unfit (such as suicidal decisions, threatening or endangering others), and if it is the opinion of
        the chief medical officer of the starship that the captain's judgment has been impaired, the
        medical officer is authorized to relieve the captain of their active command.  If the Captain,
        once ordered to stand down, refuses to relinquish command to another he / she risks a General
        Court Martial.
        (Similar to Starfleet Order 104 Section C)
                                                                "Lonely Among Us" [TNG], "Year of Hell, part 2" [VOY]

Medical Emergency on Alien Terrain  (Infectious Agent Containment Protocols):
    In the case of a Medical Emergency on Alien Terrain, it is recommended that an open comm channel
    be kept at all times.                               "Macrocosm" [VOY]
    The transport of unknown infectious agents onto a starship is forbidden with out establishing
    containment and eradication protocols.
                                                                  "Macrocosm" [VOY]
Nothing shall be beamed aboard until danger of contamination has been eliminated.  However,
    beaming down is permitted if the Captain decides that the mission is vital and reasonably free of
    danger.                                                 "The Search for Spock" [ST3]
The Chief Medical Officer outranks the captain in health matters.
                                                             "Persistence of Vision" [VOY]
Starfleet regulations state that the ship's surgeon will require full examination of any crew member that he
    has doubts about, including the captain.
                                                              "Turnabout Intruder" [TOS]

Offworld Research Personnel:
All research personnel on alien planets are required to have their health certified by a starship surgeon at
    one-year intervals.                             "The Man Trap" [TOS]

Health Matters:

Transporting harmful animals from one planet to another is against regulations, as is the breeding of
    harmful or dangerous animals.           "The Trouble with Tribbles" [TOS]

Regulations call for one to hand over their weapons when entering a mental health institution.
                                                                "Dagger of the Mind" [TOS]

When on medical leave, according to Starfleet regulations, a person gets to choose their own
    rehabilitation facility, i.e. gets to spend their medical leave anywhere they choose to.
                                                                "Only a Paper Moon" [DS9]
Treatment of Patients:
Starship Regulations require that a Chief Medical Officer enter any reasonable doubts regarding the
    treatment of a patient into his medical log.  This will require the Captain to initiate an investigation
    and to answer by a proper report in his/her log.
                                                                 "Dagger of the Mind" [TOS]

Away team protocols:  Crew members are required to submit to a physical if the mission lasts
        more than two weeks.                     "Memorial" [VOY]

    Away teams must be composed of more than one crewmember. Both Kathryn Janeway and
    Lieutenant Commander Tuvok cite this protocol to Seven of Nine when conducting an away mission.
                                                                "Hunters" [VOY]

Restricted Access to Certain Areas:

Space Traffic Restrictions:

Code 7-10:
Code 7-10 establishes protocols for the restriction of space traffic in the vicinity of the sender.
This is a general warning not to approach the sender (usually a planet, outpost, or starship) under any
circumstances.                                     "A Taste of Armageddon" [TOS]

Restricted Access to Certain Areas or Projects:
There are specific regulations for the science station on Calder Two to restrict access to the surface
    and not to drop its shields except by authorization of the Federation Science Council.
                                                                 "Gambit, part 1" [TNG]

Starfleet Intelligence Procedures

Luther Sloan, posing as Deputy Director of Starfleet Intelligence's Department of Internal Affairs,
cited standard containment procedures to isolate the senior staff, which included being relieved
of duty and confined to quarters.  Since this occurred during a holoprogram, it may not have
been a real procedure, although there may be some basis or truth to it given the severity of
the situation, and the lack of (initial) resistance from Julian Bashir, the only other real person
during the simulation.
                               "Inquisition" [DS9]

Non-specific regulations
Academy Regulations -

    The way the regulations are worded, gambling was an honor violation only if it took place during
        duty hours, running the game on weekends is technically not a violation.
                                                                "Observer Effect" [ENT]

Diplomatic Special Dispensation:
When the mission is diplomatic in nature and a special liaison has been appointed by the Federation,
    his / her orders will take precedent.   "A Taste of Armageddon" [TOS]

First Contact:
The captain should always be a part of first-contact missions.
                                                                "Exile" [ENT]

Reserve Activation Clause:
A "little known" and "seldom used" clause in Starfleet regulations which allows for the recall of a
    retired or discharged officer in the event of an emergency.
                                                                "The Motion Picture" [ST1]

Personnel Transfers:
The captain can transfer whoever he pleases from one department to another.
                                                                 "The Conscience of the King" [TOS]

There are clear regulations restricting the taking on of passengers.
                                                               "The Conscience of the King" [TOS]

War Situations:
"Starfleet officers are to rotate off the front lines every ninety days."
                                                                "The Siege of AR-558" [DS9]

    Procedure Q: A State of Deep Hostility
    If a state of deep hostility exists, a landing party is to beam down fully armed and ready for any
        kind of trouble.                                "Bread and Circuses" [TOS]
Interspecies Protocol & Relations with Newly Discovered Alien Species:
All Starfleet personnel must obtain authorization from their C.O. as well as clearance from their medical
    officer before initiating an intimate relationship with an alien species.
                                                               "The Disease" [VOY]

Temporarily in command when Scott was on the landing party Uhura ordered him and Sulu to beam
    back to the ship when Kirk and Spock lost contact, insisting that the proper procedure be observed.
                                                                    "Bem" [TAS]

Encroaching on the territory of an alien species is prohibited by starfleet regulations
                                                                   "The Swarm" [VOY]

Fraternization with Fellow Officers:
Fraternization is against Starfleet regulations.
                                                                "Bounty" [ENT]
Starfleet forbids officers from fraternizing with subordinates.
                                                                "Fallen Hero" [ENT]
Picard says that there are no Starfleet regulations about a Captain becoming involved with a fellow
    officer.  So perhaps this regulation has been dropped from the books, although it still seems to be
    adhered to simply as a matter of protocol by the 24th century.
                                                                 "Lessons" [TNG]

Standing orders are to investigate all quasars and quasar-like phenomena wherever they may be encountered.
                                                                 "The Galileo Seven" [TOS]
Janeway says "... we'll continue to follow our directive: to seek out new worlds and to explore space."
                                                                "Caretaker, part 2" [VOY]
Seven says "Voyager's directive to seek out new civilizations"

Death of a Crewman:
Upon the death of a crewman, regulations require a sworn deposition be made out by the commanding officer
    as to the circumstances surrounding the death.  An extract from the computer logs will be appended to the
    deposition to confirm or deny the statements made therein.  Willful perjury in the deposition, or culpable
    negligence which may have led to the death of the crewman, are both grounds to begin an official inquiry to
    determine whether a General Court Martial should be convened against the commanding officer.
                                                                  "Court Martial" [TOS]
    SEE:  Uniform Code of Justice Article 184

Conspiracy / Encouragement to Mutiny / Mutiny / Conspiracy with Mutineers:
One of the violations of starfleet regulations brought up at Kirk's Council hearing was Conspiracy.
                                                                "The Voyage Home" [ST4]
First Officer Spock was placed under arrest for conspiring with Dr. Lester to take over the ship from the
    captain.  A hearing was immediately convened to consider the charges and specifications of a general
    court-martial on the charge of mutiny.  During the hearing he was charged with "Mutiny" and
    "Encouragement to Mutiny".  Scotty and McCoy were charged with "Conspiracy with Mutineers".
                                                                "Turnabout Intruder" [TOS]

Striking / Assault on Federation Officers
One of the violations of starfleet regulations brought up at Kirk's Council hearing was Assault on
    Federation Officers.                             "The Voyage Home" [ST4]
Striking another officer is a clear violation of regulations and is a court-martial offense.  It requires
        the offending officer to be confined until proper charges can be filed.
                                                                "Parallax" [VOY]

Theft of Federation Property
One of the violations of starfleet regulations brought up at Kirk's Council hearing was Theft of Federation
    Property; namely the Starship Enterprise.
                                                                "The Voyage Home" [ST4]
Stealing a runabout from a space station is in violation of Starfleet regulations.
                                                                "In Purgatory's Shadow" [DS9]

One of the violations of starfleet regulations brought up at Kirk's Council hearing was Sabotage of the
    U.S.S. Excelsior.                                   "The Voyage Home" [ST4]

Willful Destruction of Federation Property
One of the violations of starfleet regulations brought up at Kirk's Council hearing was Willful Destruction
    of Federation Property, specifically the aforementioned U.S.S. Enterprise.
                                                                "The Voyage Home" [ST4]

Disobeying Direct Orders of a Superior Officer
One of the violations of starfleet regulations brought up at Kirk's Council hearing was Disobeying the Direct
    Orders of a Superior Officer, namely those of the Starfleet Commander.  The necessity of keeping
    discipline in the chain of command was cited as the reason for this regulation.
                                                                "The Voyage Home" [ST4]
Janeway says that disobeying a direct order is grounds for a Court Martial.
                                                                "Nothing Human" [VOY]
Under Starfleet regulations, Direct insubordination (i.e., not following the orders of a superior officer)
    is a court martial offense.                    "Quality of Life" [TNG]

Boarding a starship
Starfleet requires an identity tape be logged in along with a medical check upon boarding a starship.
    The identity tape contains identification, fingerprints and voiceprint, licenses and registrations.
                                                                 "The Survivor" [TAS]

Abandoning a starship
The U.S.S. Ariel  carried a six-man science crew. When contact was lost with the original landing party
    of three, the remaining three crewmembers including the commander beamed down against normal
    Starfleet regulations.                             "The Eye of the Beholder" [TAS]

Babel Conference:
    Resolution A12 -  After an act of piracy, investigating Federation vessels are allowed to search the
        first alien ship they encounter.        "The Pirates of Orion" [TAS]

Crimes of Forebears
In the year 2016, the new United Nations declared that no Earth citizen could be made to answer for the
    crimes of their race or forbears.         "Encounter at Farpoint" [TNG]

Federation regulations say that the captain will decide if extradition is warranted.
                                                                   "A Matter of Perspective" [TNG]

<>Dress Code:
Headbands, Earrings, and other ornamentation are in violation of dress code regulations.  Also boots
should not be scuffed and remain polished.
                                                                   "Learning Curve" [VOY]

DS9 Space Station Regulations:
There are specific regulations requiring visitors to the station to surrender their weapons to security before
    passing through the airlock entries to the station.
                                                                  "Past Prologue" [DS9]
Starfleet regulations restrict the authority of (and hence what actions can and cannot be taken by) the head
    of security on the station.                        "The Search, part 1" [DS9]
Station regulations forbid station residents from attacking one another (or getting into a brawl.)
                                                                   "The Search, part 2" [DS9]
Station regulations designate how many occupants each of the quarters are required to have.
                                                                   "The Ascent" [DS9]
Throwing things (and people) off the crossway is forbidden by DS9 station regulations.  (but apparently not
    on Klingon stations).                                "Ferengi Love Songs" [DS9]
Environmental regulations control what you can or can't flush out an airlock.
                                                                   "Prodigal Daughter" [DS9]

82/7B     Station regulation eight-two slash seven B clearly states that loitering on the Promenade is 
                prohibited.                                    "Blaze of Glory" [DS9]

1526 para7:    Station regulation fifteen-twenty-six, paragraph seven strictly forbids Fundraising on the
                Promenade without a license.         "Tears of the Prophets" [DS9]

2562 para4:      Station regulation twenty-five-sixty-two, paragraph four: "All furniture intended for use
                on the Promenade must not pose a danger to public safety."
                                                                    "The Sound of Her Voice" [DS9]

4721:   Quark's dabo tables were in violation of this station regulation.
                                                                    "The Sound of Her Voice" [DS9]

Uniform Code of Justice:

Court Martials:
As required by Starfleet general orders, before convening a General Court Martial, a preliminary hearing
    is required to be held.  It will be part of an official inquiry to investigate the circumstances surrounding
    the incidents in question and whether or not the charges are valid.
                                                                  "The Menagerie, part 1" [TOS]
The defendant has a right to counsel of his/her choice.  The defendant may waive his/her right to counsel
    if he/she so chooses.                             "The Menagerie, part 1" [TOS]
Provided that the requirements for a trial board can be met, the defendant may waive his right to the
    preliminary hearing and proceed straight away to the actual trial.
                                                                  "The Menagerie, part 1" [TOS]
A Court Martial for mutiny requires a trial board of no less than three command officers.
                                                                  "The Menagerie, part 1" [TOS]
The code includes provisions insuring that a defendant is innocent until proven guilty, and if innocent,
    will be set free.                                       "The Marquis, part 2" [DS9]
If a court ruling is challenged then the JAG Officer is required to convene a hearing.  There are regulations
    that cover the eventuality that no staff is available in the JAG office to conduct a hearing.  The JAG
    Officer can use serving officers as legal council.  The senior officer would defend.  And the task of
    prosecuting would fall to the next most senior officer aboard the defendant's ship.
                                                                    "The Measure of a Man" [ENT]
Chapter Four,
   Article Twelve
       grants the right to make a statement before questioning begins during a committee hearing.
                                                                 "The Drumhead" [TNG]

At the beginning of a Court Martial, the defendant has a right to ask for substitute officers to act as judges
    if the defendant feels that any of the appointed judges harbor prejudiced attitudes toward their case.
                                                                   "Court Martial" [TOS]

Article 184
    regards memorial services and / or disposal of the body for deceased crewmembers.
                                                                "The Wrath of Khan" [ST2]

The Federation Constitution:
The Constitution of the United Federation of Planets is a historic document drafted in 2161 which
    outlines the framework by which the UFP is governed for the mutual benefit and protection of
    member planets and individual citizens.
                                                                  "The Drumhead" [TNG]

Article 14
    Section 31:
        Although the exact wording of Article 14, Section 31 of the original Starfleet Charter has never
        been cited, there are a few lines in this section that make allowances for bending the rules and
        permit the use of "extraordinary measures" during times of dire threat.
                                                               "Divergence" [ENT], "Inquisition" [DS9]

    All persons aboard a Federation starship are guaranteed the fundamental individual rights enshrined in
    the Constitution.                                   "The Perfect Mate" [TNG]

    7:  The "Seventh Guarantee" protects citizens against self-incrimination.
                                                                 "The Drumhead" [TNG]

    12:  Twelfth Guarantee:
        Section 7 gamma
            States that an 'artist' is defined as a person who creates an original artistic work. Tuvok cites this
            to the Federation Adjudicator during a three day hearing to determine whether the Doctor, as a
            hologram, is a person under Federation law and, if so, has the right to control his work and its
            distribution.                                      "Author, Author" [VOY]

Book 19 (section 433, paragraph 12)
Under the conditions specified in title 15, Galactic Emergency procedures, in cases of extreme emergency,
    Federation special representatives are empowered to assume emergency powers to deal with a condition
    or circumstance that is deemed hazardous to the welfare of Federation citizenry. Within the scope of
    these emergency powers, duly authorized civilian personnel may assume temporary command of
    Starfleet vessels and / or personnel to deal with the emergency. Starfleet personnel must submit to their
    authority for the duration of the crisis. For example, this regulation gave Federation High-
    Commissioner Ferris the authority to give Kirk orders to abandon a search for missing crewmen
    in order to render immediate assistance in a crisis situation.
                                                                  "The Galileo Seven" [TOS]

Galactic Emergency Procedures (title 15)
    Statement of what kind of extreme emergency conditions or circumstances, deemed hazardous to the
    welfare of Federation citizenry, would allow a Federation special representative to assume emergency
    powers in order to deal with that condition.
                                                                  "The Galileo Seven" [TOS]


Klingon / Federation Treaty:
Klingon citizens have every right to free transit through Federation space.  Federation vessels cannot
    board or search their vessels without cause.
                                                                   "Gambit, part 2" [TNG]
Article 47, Paragraph 3, Subsection B:  "Health and Safety Inspections"
Starfleet will have the right to insure all Klingon vessels comply with safety and navigational regulations
    as specified by mutual agreement.         "Gambit, part 2" [TNG]

The Treaty of Sirius:
Treaty that restricted the Kzinti to no weapons and only police vessels.
                                                                  "The Slaver Weapon" [TAS]