First of all, I want to express my gratitude for your advice
First of all, I want to express my gratitude for your advice last year. Because of your guidance about my fiance's court martial (where he received 6 years confinement), 2 months later, he was granted an Article 39 (A), 3 charges were dropped due to statute of limitation, and within 3 more months he was home! There was later a resentencing hearing, where he was sentenced for the remaining charges, but after a mess of errors by the prosecution, he was granted almost 250 days of confinement credit. He was given 2 years at the resentencing, he's done the 6 months and was released from the brig last week. My question is who can we appeal to in order to get him back to the east coast? He was ordered to a transient personnel unit near the brig. He did not receive a punitive discharge, so he is still in the Navy and the appellate process hasn't really begun yet. The CO told him that they are not releasing him to return home to Maryland. The TPU command took him to Navy Relief to get money to live in a hotel and $25 per day to eat and he is paying a taxi to take him to muster each morning. He has a letter indicating that he can't eat at the galley. This is CRAZY! It feels like additional punishment. Our commitment to remain deeply involved in every step of his case, has served him well. We don't intend to stop now. Please advise on military instruction regarding rights of those in a situation like this.Many thanks,JC
I received a dishonorable discharge from the Air National
I received a dishonorable discharge from the Air National Guard in the 70's. I was was in a terrible car accident and had many operations on my hand. I was on pain medication and lost interest in many things in my life at that period of time. If I recall correctly. I talk to the commanding officer and requested a medical discharge. I had imitated usage of my right hand for a long period of time. I stopped going to monthly drills. My life is very good now, I have to grow children one in medical school and the other working for a large company in NYC. I own a small company with eight employees. And have be a active part of my community as well as a Kiwanis Member for the past twenty two years.JA: Because education law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: New YorkJA: Have you talked to anyone in the chain of command about this?Customer: No not since the 70's,the base is goneJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: thats it
While on terminal leave after a deployment, can the Chain of
While on terminal leave after a deployment, can the Chain of Command require you to participate in drill duty. Are there any limitations to what the military can require of you while on leave and is there a governing instruction that details the policy? Thank you.
I am 46 year old, an dental officer, Captain. I joined Army
Hi,I am 46 year old, an dental officer, Captain. I joined Army Reserve, June, 2013 and signed on 3 year contract. Actually the contract been expired last June. But I had to complete Basic Officer Leadership Course(enrolled August 08-Sep02, 4weeks) at FT Sam Houston. This course is mandatory course. So. I came here at Ft Sam Houston. But I was dropped off this course because I could not perform the obstacles course test. The course leader said it was "medicaldrop" so they let me back home
Me and my husband are currently separated since late October
Me and my husband are currently separated since late October of 2014. I've gone through abused with him so have to call the police and since that day it happened we never live in a same house again. We have a 5 year old son together. We try to be civil since the court order was lifted and no contact order was over. I thought were fine, accepted everything that has happen and start moving on.. He was dating already and since I thought were fine after a year I decided to date as well.. He was dating his soldier then and i never said anything because I just want him to be happy and were totally over anyways. We both didn't file divorce yet then just for the reason in my part as lack of financial money to go through it.. Then now, me and boyfriend are getting serious. We've moved in together. He knows everything about us just as much as I know about his relationship. We told each other that it's about time to just really finally file our divorce. Now the case is, after he have file divorce, most stuff that was written in there was very unfair and asking to just for him to support $300 after divorce is over from sending $1000 monthly. My boyfriend is in the service as well. Since I tried to contest with it, he's just now sending 270 and told me if talk to his commander about it he'll get my boyfriend in trouble.. I'm sorry for the very long story. I just want to put as much information I could because I know my situation is very complicated. I just wanna know what I should do since he's blackmailing us.. Thank you in advance. Hope I can hear from You soon and Hope someone could help me out.
Allen M., Esq.
JAG officer and former adjunct prof.
Juris Doctor, Cum Laude
I have a Re-3p reenlistment code from the Navy . I was an
I have a Re-3p reenlistment code from the Navy for bipolar. I was an ET1 nuclear operator what is the likely hood of getting a waiver?JA: The Military Lawyer will need to help you with this. Have you consulted a lawyer yet?Customer: Not I was pretty Mk ich told it was impossible for my rate.JA: Please give me a bit more information, so we can help you best.Customer: I've been out since 2013 and am on tdrlJA: Is there anything else important you think the Military Lawyer should know?Customer: I received an honorable discharge at the time.JA: 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.
I have applied gun carry permit and was denied doe to
I have applied for a gun carry permit and was denied doe to a 1987 desertion arrest. I did do this awful thing but did answer to the military for this and was told that I would receive an honorable discharge under less than honorable conditions. is there a way I can find out how to change this or how to have this taken off my record ?
My son was at Air Force boot camp, halfway through. He was
Hello,My son was at Air Force boot camp, halfway through. He was selected to get an Intelligence branch job and was starting the clearance process when in one interview he was asked if he had ever attempted suicide. He said he had, as a child of 12 or so (this was news to his mother and I). Based on that, the Air Force told him he could apply for a waiver and wait, or go home and apply for the waiver. Now he is being told there is no way that the waiver will be granted, after he was told yes, there is a chance. I don't know the details of what he actually did, but does not the fact that he was a child, and there was no Emergency Room visit or any kind of medical problem resulting from the attempt have any mitigating effect? He is now processing out and will be home in a few days. Assuming he would like to try to get back in, what would you advise?