The subordinate approached me to inquire about engaging in 'swinging'. She was not interested in me, but wanted to know if I knew anyone. I sent her (text only) some fictiscious e-mail writing (graphic words). She fowarded it up to the CO. We are in the Navy.
What is the maximum punishment at NJP? What charge did I violate? Are seperations possible after 18 years of service?
What charges could be filed? What are the elements of the charges?
Could you cite some examples from experience?
My examples from experience has been:
Punitive letter of reprimend (3-4 examples)
Detach for cause (1 example)
Would an innapropriate e-mail be considered serious misconduct?
I won't disagree with any punishment from NJP.
What would be my options to avoid Administative Seperation?
Are there any laws of 'sanctuary' that are in my favor?
I'm sorry ...
What are the elements of sexual harrasment since she intitated consensual sexual dialouge?
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