Can employers that required top secret security clearances see my military restricted documents from the OMPF?
The employer won't but the DOD CCF (Army Division) will get to see or know about a lot.
You have many questions that require honest answers on the SF86. And the SSBI for a TS/SCI is very very intrusive.
If there is a ding in your record, I have found that there often ways to deal with that in the SF86 or the clearance interview that can resolve or minmize records problems.
health condition and for hazing in the Army. Can the soldier know the result of that investigation? Its been a few months and no update. What is supposed to happen?
Once the investigation is complete you may be able to get a copy under the Freedom of Information Act.See question
I am a soldier who got a DUI at the gate to the installation. That was over a month ago and my unit still does not have the evidence from the PMO to start the packet for an ART 15 or chapter. Is there a certain period of time they have to do somet...
Two years for Art. 15.
Five years for Court-Martial.
Can I make another appeal? Would it be to the Army Board of Corrections? Or would be other type of appeal? It was for promotion and backpay.
Your fling in Fed. Dist. Ct. or the Court of Claims depends on what the error is you allege and whether or not it includes a money claim, and the amount involved.
Keep in mind there is a statute of limitations. Don't wait, ask a lawyer rather than chatting here.See question
Despite notifying the chain of command and discussing with IG, nothing is currently being done to look into the situation in regards to violating strict policy contained in a military regulation. There has been significant attempts to seek resolu...
You can file a complaint under Art. 138, UCMJ. Although some Services effectively put that in the IG column.
You can write to your congressperson. Be careful what you write and do not share it on social media or with anyone other than the commander.
You say "discussing with the IG," by which you mean what? You filed a complaint, or you didn't file a complaint but discussed it. The IG actions depend on whether they have an official complaint. If your local IG isn't interested you might try a higher level IG (for example DOD IG).See question
soldier also given 14/14
Well if the suspended reduction is from an Art. 15, the person is entitled ton continue wearing the E4 rank and be paid at that rank.See question
This question isn't related to any legal issue just generally curious about the current status of the law. Salinas says people must actually invoke the privilege in voluntary non-custodial interrogation otherwise their silence can be used as evide...
An interesting question.
It's not police questioning. So the Fifth doesn't apply.
If it's undercover, the Fifth probably won't apply there either.
You are asking a question abut evidence rules rather than the constitutional issue of invoking the right to silence when confronted by law enforcement.
Could a prosecutor offer a statement you made when challenged by a private citizen? So a friend or neighbor thinks you committed a crime and point-blank asks you if you did it, and you admit you did, and that comes to the attention of the police. Yes, that may be admissible as a statement of a party--you. A statement made by an accused about something relevant to the charge would not be hearsay under the Federal Rules of Evidence (FRE 801). So the question would be whether other evidentiary rules prohibit the use in trial. Could a prosecutor offer testimony about your physical reaction when confronted? Maybe so under the FRE?
Keep in mind that a person cannot be convicted on their uncorroborated statements alone, so there would be other hurdles for a prosecutor to clear.
A defense attorney should certainly challenge the use of the testimony. But there is a good chance it would be admitted.See question
continue recieving my bah and in return I cover our current bills (which also includes her bills) and nothing more for 6 months and watch the dogs until she finds a place. If an agreement is written up showing what the conditions are, will it be a...
You can receive more detailed legal assistance on this from the Legal Assistance office at Fort Bragg (or Pope). They don't charge fees and should be able to help sort this out.
The LO can help get the agreement notarized and ensure it is in a proper and legal form.
Living off base is a matter of rank and status. You should check this with the LO first, and then possibly with the 1SG.
That's a start.See question
First section of the 14th amendment where it speaks about the jurisdiction thereof
The 14th applies throughout the United States and applies to the States.
Each state also has their own constitution. Sometimes a state constitution creates greater rights to a person in the state, and sometimes the State Supreme Court interprets their own constitution more favorably than the US constitution might.