My son's wife was just awarded a protection from abuse civil
my son's wife was just awarded a protection from abuse civil x 12 mo in civil court. does this fall under lautenberg law and make him useless to the army now? JA: Thanks. Can you give me any more details about your issue? Customer: he is 19 y/o been in the army less than 1 year. no other infractions. they were only married 3 months she is 17 y/o. she recorded one of thier verbal agruments which was right after he found out she was cheaating on him so he was angry. sounded pretty bad. we hired an attorney and the attorney told us that if the pfa were awarded to her my son would get kicked out of the army due to lautenbergs law. JA: 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 have a question how do I obtain a restraining order. I have
I have a question how do I obtain a restraining order. I have currently changed states. I had a military member locate my home and stalk me and make threats against me. I have seen the individual on several accounts, driving around and taking pictures of me, which forced me to change states. I have documented the incidents. I am not sure if I should contact the local authorities to get a restarinning order. How should I proceed?
Allen M., Esq.
JAG officer and former adjunct prof.
Juris Doctor, Cum Laude
How can do u do a background check to someone who used to work
How can do u do a background check to someone who used to work in them military, and is there a way to find out their pensions? she says shes a nurse supposedly she was in the military WWII..can u be a nurse wo a nursing degree during that time??Shes also been doing pot and other drugs.,,what can happen to someone doing drugs, can they still get pensions?
The soon to be ex-wife of a soldier friend of mine in the US
The soon to be ex-wife of a soldier friend of mine in the US Army, accused him of raping her a few months earlier before he filed for divorce. Since they were married at the time, wouldn't this fall under the criminal court and not Military prosecution jurisdiction, because they were legally married at the time? She had filed for and gotten a protection order against him for stalking her, even though they were married, so since he had to move out, he filed for divorce. On the protective order, she did not check sexual assault. Isn't that proof that she is lying now several months later in her new claim after he filed for divorce?
Hello,My name is Danny. I experienced two injuries, while
Hello,My name is Danny. I experienced two injuries, while deployed in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, that eventually led to a medical discharge. One injury was damage to my foot; resulting in surgery, multiple infections, slow recovery, and making up 50% of my 20% separation. The second injury was respiratory. The farms surrounding GB cropped sugar can and, during my visit, burned the stalks after harvesting. There was always a heavy, carbonized smoke drifting through our camp in the evening. This didn't fair well with my biology. I developed a heavy cough, which did produce blood, infrequently. My superiors thought I had contracted tuberculosis. Though all of my tests cleared me of that possibility, my symptoms remained.When I returned to my home command, my family practice doctors diagnosed my condition as reactive airway disease and put me on allergy medications. Due to my foot problems, I was put on a medical review board and eventually notified that I was separating. Here's the boot: 10% foot and 10% asthma. I don't have asthma; never did. Over the years, I've fought a losing battle. Not only did I get separated with a "red flag" that will never let me get back into the military, but I've lived with all the respiratory problems, also.Here's the "good" news... I have a new respiratory specialist. We've done special blood tests. I have infected lungs. Two bacteria that cause very low lying lung infections: mycoplasma pneumoniae and clamydophyla pneumoniae. And, yes, they can stay in there a long time before being detected. Doctor's diagnosis? NOT ASTHMA! I've been on antibiotics for 45 days and I haven't felt so good in a long while. 3 more months of antibiotics should knock them out completely. The question remains...What now? I'm a bit urked. I'd like my DD214 fixed. I would have liked this to have been discovered a long time ago, but now I'm older and not qualified for certain reinlistments or commissionings (now that I have a degree...). What should I do? Is there any recompense? Thanks.Danny (3 yrs active navy, 37 yr old now...)
I was trying to be as informative as possible with out disclosing
I was trying to be as informative as possible with out disclosing my occupation.I'm a military recruiter and this young woman joined the branch i recruit for. She had yet to leave to begin her initial entry training. During the period between her sigining her contract and the time she leaves for training she had to get her weight and body fat content checked to ensure she maintained qualification to ship. She failed to continuously comply to this directive for a whole month. Her failure to comply led to her being discharged from the delayed entry program essentially negating her contract. She now has no job with the Branch.Upon being informed of this by my superior she disclosed to my supervisor that I had communicated with her via text and this is the reason why she didn't comply to the directive given to her.She's shown text to my superiors and now there is an investigation being enacted to get the bottom of things. How damaging could these text be to my situation?Can anything be proven since there are phone applications that can create fake text?Is there anyway to prove that I sent the text other then record from the telephone company showing data usage at specific times that these messages were supposedly sent?