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My wife made false allegations that she came back and
hi pearl my wife made false allegations that she came back and recanted, the CID and Prosecutor founded her initial allegations . but did not include all the interviews in the written ROI the ones thatwould corroborate my story and her recantation was left out. the prosecutor decided not to pursue a courts martial, but my commander is trying to Admin Separate me under serious misconduct. but he does not see the other interviews from witnesses that supports my innocence and supports my wifes recantation. I am currently also going thorugh a med board and have 27 years of serviceJA: Because laws vary from state to state, could you tell me what state is this in?Customer: Alaska I am in the ArmyJA: OK. The Military Lawyer will need to help you with this.Customer: how do I go about that?JA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: yesJA: What advice did they give you?Customer: absolutely nothing, except waitJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: no its a very deep issue that she did and the allegations she made but recanted, the big thing is the information that was left out of the investigation report they only left stuff in it that supported the initial allegations , and nothing that supported my innocence or showed that or supported her recantationJA: OK. Got it. I'm sending you to a secure page on JustAnswer so you can place the $5 fully-refundable deposit now. While you're filling out that form, I'll tell the Military Lawyer about your situation and then connect you two.
There was an argument between myself and two others in the
There was an argument between myself and two others in the Chief's Mess. Because one of them went outside the Command, we were all investigated for Article 134. Once the other two parties found out about this, they wrote statements to place all the blame on me. I am being relieved for cause and recommended for separation from the Navy after 27 untainted years. What can I do?
My son is on s 3rd week of navy bootcamp and was just told
Hello, My son is on his 3rd week of navy bootcamp and was just told he was being kicked out due to a anger diagnosis when he was a child. he is devastated he was told that he could fight itJA: Thanks. Can you give me any more details about your issue?Customer: he was diagnosed with ADHD and anger problems. He was treated for it with meds until he was in 9th grade when he decided to not take meds any more. the problem was never that big of a deal, the anger stuff was more like child thing never in a hospital or in trouble with the law or anything like that we had even forgotten about that we were just thinking ADHD is there a way to fight that? someonw mwntioned waiverJA: OK got it. Last thing — Military Lawyers generally expect a deposit of about $18 to help with your type of question (you only pay if satisfied). Now I'm going to take you to a page to place a secure deposit with JustAnswer. Don't worry, this chat is saved. After that, we will finish helping you.
I am in the florida air national guard, I have not attended
Hello. I am in the florida air national guard, I have not attended drill since July of 2015. I was told I would get an OTH. My supervisor claims I was sent AWOL letters. I never received them but today I got 5 letters via email after I asked him what my current status was.. They stated..after the obvious that I am absent... Since I chose not to respond to the first letter (that I didn't not receive until today) that I can be recommended to the adjutant general to consider me for involuntary separation with a concurrent discharge as a reserve in the air force. OR if I responded I could be forgiven and given a demotion and/or placed into the individual readiness air force.and it says I am further ordered to appear for the next duty date next month.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------It feels as if my supervisor needs to me sign off on these letters and acknowledge that I have them for a reason unknown to me.I have THREE questionsMy question is: What happens if I do not sign off on the papers and send them back?What happens if I DO sign off on them and send them back?I do not wish to be on individual readiness reserve and I have no intentions on attending the next drillSo what do I need to do just to get the OTH and be done with all of this?Thank you in advance.
I am a 2LT serving in Korea. My father passed away a month
I am a 2LT serving in Korea. My father passed away a month ago and I was allowed to take emergency leave. Upon my return, I was not in the right mindset. I was prescribed Adderall from mental health but took way to much one weekend resulting in a trip to the hospital. A few weeks later I made the poor decision to drink during duty. After being enrolled in ASAP, I had a relapse and drank again and found by command. My priority is to take care of this drinking problem and am taking all steps possible to do so. Being chaptered out is not ideal but I am ok with it considering I have options outside of the military. My question is what type of chapter is likely and the type of discharge.
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My LTjg son has just been charged with Article 92 violation
My LTjg son has just been charged with Article 92 violation for failure to report a single incident of witnessing another officer snorting cocaine at an off-duty party. Upon seeing the cocaine, my son immediately left the party. Admiral's mast. What punishments are LIKELY?
I am not sure what my options are/if any. But I am currently
I am not sure what my options are/if any. But I am currently on Active Duty (army) I have been in for 2 years. The entire 2 years I have tried to give time to adjust to the Army. But I am at the point where I am done. My question, very bluntly, is arethere any ways to get out?
, I'm Kristen O'Brien and I'm currently in HMDA school forView more military law questions
Hi, I'm Kristen O'Brien and I'm currently in HMDA school for the navy at fort Sam Huston in San antonio Texas. I've been seen at a medical place in base for therapy and was given a PTSD diagnosis. I went in order to seek help getting out and that's what I got and got put in for a MEB.... I do not want to do a MEB, I don't want anything, I just want to go home. That's all I want. I was raped and have been trying to get help to get out and go home and no one is helping me and a MEB is not what is in my best interest, because that's what is going to keep me here for 6-12 months. What's in my best interest is to go home. That's all I want, I don't want any benefits or compensation or anything. I really feel like no one in my command cares or wants to help me. I just want to go home, I'm only 19 and this has been a horrible experience for me.