My son was charged with assault. He has gone before the DRB
My son was charged with assault. He has gone before the DRB and the case is being sent to the xo. I am just trying to find out what his rights are, and what, if anything can be done.JA: Because laws vary from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: All of this happened while at sea on board the USS BushJA: Have you talked to anyone in the chain of command about this?Customer: Only my son himself.JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: He admits to the simple assault. I dont know what else might be pertinent.
This pertains to mu husband who is currently serving abroad
Good morning!JA: Hello. What seems to be the problem?Customer: This pertains to mu husband who is currently serving abroad right now. I have a few questions about the DRB process.JA: Are you overseas or stateside?Customer: overeasJA: Have you talked to anyone in the chain of command about this?Customer: noJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: The DRB process is administrative and can not formally charge a sailor with anything? Just make recommendations as to whether to proceed to Captain's Mast or XOI? What if a sailor was not informed of his rights under article 31b
I have 4.3/4.3 Average PRO/CON marks in my enlistment, with
I have 4.3/4.3 Average PRO/CON marks in my enlistment, with only 2 months left on my contract, would an NJP take away my Honorable Discharge?JA: Are you overseas or stateside?Customer: StatesideJA: Have you talked to anyone in the chain of command about this?Customer: NoJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: No
I would like to ask what would recommend an XOI the second
hello I would like to ask what would recommend an XOI the second time around. It was a fraternization case that came out because of a sexual assault case. Is it handled separately now that the end of investigation is ending, and I was anticipating in a case that got to XOI, the next step would be Captains Mast. There was a turnover of XOs with the new one requesting for another but I believed the previous XO would have briefed him on the situation.JA: Because laws vary from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: TennesseeJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: I have a JAG, a VCLJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: I believed I put everything out there
I am going to xoi because i was u/a restriction musters i am
hello i am going to xoi because i was u/a for three restriction musters i am worried because i face separation but i do not want to be kicked out. i was late three time and twice was because i had been working and lost track of time and once because i had slept through my alarm basically my question is what can i do to avoid separation i love the navy and i feel as if no matter what i say i will be sparated anyway as this will be my third xoi
I have over 19 years of service and have had some medical
I have over 19 years of service and have had some medical issues come up over the last several years that cause panic attacks and general anxiety as a result of collisions at sea aboard submarines. A year and a half ago I was disqualified sub duty and sent to the surface community with a diagnosis of "anxiety disorder not otherwise specified with agoraphobia." Since that time, I have been assigned to a surface ship where I have had a return of my symptoms. With a deployment underway I had sought treatment from the medical staff on-board the ship. Psycho-therapy was not effective as I was disregarded for more important matters by the provider on several occasions. I was prescribed Zoloft by another provider to get me through the deployment period. Following the deployment period I was to transfer to another ship. My prescription ran out while in transit and I suffered through the very unsettling withdrawal symptoms of the Zoloft depletion. Now, almost a half year into the new command I am trying to seek medical attention for my condition once again after several failed attempts to do so. What has effected me the most in my anxiety condition is my distracted attention span which has made it difficult to retain and learn some new things. This has lead to me getting to the point of near delinquency on a warfare qualification as the data has not been retained well. With just about 10 months to go till my retirement, I have a fear that I may suffer and SP eval (not too concerned about that) and even worse yet Captain's Mast. The chain of command has already threatened this action citing that I am in effect disobeying a direct order to qualify if I fail to do so. I am thus curious as to if it would be in my best interest to mount a defense at a Court Martial instead? If so, what would be the best approach?
I was caught stealing from the navy exchange. It happened the
I was caught stealing from the navy exchange. It happened the day after i found out i made e-5.Im considered a pretty good sailor and a lot of people know and respect me. Is it possible to continue the e5 process and get frocked as planned?
Allen M., Esq.
JAG officer and former adjunct prof.
Juris Doctor, Cum Laude
About 5 months ago, a fellow sailor accused my husband (Active
About 5 months ago, a fellow sailor accused my husband (Active Duty US Navy) of inappropriately touching him in the middle of the night. This was allegedly the second occurrence in the span of a year. My husband does not deny that it happened, but asserts that he was asleep during both of the alleged occurrences. My husband sleepwalks and exhibits classic signs of parasomnia. It only occurs when he is sleep deprived, under a lot of stress, and over caffeinated. He was removed from his job and sent TAD to another part of the ship. NCIS did a full investigation of the alleged incident and he was charged with 2 counts of abusive sexual contact. In all this time, my husband has fully cooperated with NCIS and the investigation. He answered truthfully to their questions. In the investigation packet, the alleged victim states that my husband was touching him in the middle of the night, and when he tried to wake my husband up, he was babbling incoherently. My husband has been very upset by this whole situation, he has sought legal counsel from the ship's legal department, sought counseling by a sleep doctor who agreed with the diagnosis of parasomnia, and also psychological treatment. This may sound very naïve, but I know my husband did not do this intentionally. Several officers and Chiefs have given him character references, and he holds a TS/SCI clearance. There have been no other allegations of misconduct against him, ever. He may have once had a parking ticket in college. Approximately 3 weeks ago, my husband was sent to DRB and XOI, and is now on hold for Captain's Mast. Is there a time frame that must be observed between DRB, XOI, and Captain's Mast? Is there anything I should be doing to help him? Is there someone who might give me some guidance as to what might happen?
, I am worried about my son. He is a nuke ET and got frocked
, I am worried about my son. He is a nuke ET and got frocked and is awaiting his promotion to 2nd class(hope this makes sense). He got a tagout violation but caught it himself before he left the tag. His LPO was with himand was in a different area. THey reported it and fixed it. THey both went to DRB last week and will go to the XOI next week to decide if the gp to Captain's Mast. My son feels his career is over. He thinks he will be bumped down to E3 and get the max punishment. Both my sone and his LPO have been very good sailors and not had any trouble before. Lastly, there were multiple more serious tagout violations in the last 2 weeks and the leadership is spitting mad at all of them. Any chance good outcome son?