In Arizona, laws relating to pardon and parole can be found in A.R.S. § 26-1075. Pursuant to A.R.S. § 26-1075, all rights and privileges affected by an executed part of a court-martial sentence which has been set aside or disapproved, must be restored unless a new trial or rehearing is ordered. The executed part of a court-martial sentence will be included in a sentence imposed on the new trial or rehearing. However, the rule is not applicable in the case of an executed dismissal or discharge.
A.R.S. § 26-1075 provides that if a previously executed sentence of dishonorable or bad conduct discharge is not imposed on a new trial, the adjutant general must substitute a form of discharge authorized for administrative issuance unless the accused is to serve out the remainder of this enlistment.
A.R.S. § 26-1075 further provides that if a previously executed sentence of dismissal is not imposed on a new trial, the adjutant general shall substitute a form of discharge authorized for administrative issue, and the commissioned officer dismissed by the sentence may be reappointed by the governor alone to such commissioned grade and with such rank as in the opinion of the governor that former officer would have attained if he had not been dismissed. The reappointment of such a former officer may be made if a position vacancy is available under applicable tables of organization. All time between the dismissal and the reappointment shall be considered as actual service for all purposes [i].
[i] A.R.S. § 26-1075.