You would have received notification on release from the Brig that you are required to register.
It is true that the conviction is not final until all appeals are complete.
However, you are still considered to have a conviction.
Some states wait for completion of appeals, some don't. Those that don't have rules of getting a registration changed.
So, as already suggested, contact a lawyer in your jurisdiction who has experience about registration.
Fraudulent enlistement is an offense under the UCMJ.
However, if she is being administratively separated, then no she will not have "prison time." In order for that to have happened they would have had to prosecute her at court-martial.
She should have talked with a military lawyer. If being processed for OTH she had that right and the right to a hearing. One of the things a lawyer could of done/do for her is argue she should not get an OTH, but perhaps and general discharge.
If you believe evidence to be used against you was from an illegal search, then your lawyer can move to suppress the evidence if you have standing.
If the judge agrees that the search was illegal and there were no ways that the police would have found the evidence by independent means, then yes it's likely the evidence can't be used.
But there are many exceptions and reasons for exceptions.
You need to sit down with an experienced attorney to go over the very specific facts.
They would not get in trouble for lying on the first enlistment.
But, it's possible they won't get reenlisted, and might have problems on getting a security clearance.
It would depend on the drug use, and whether it was a standard situation where the recruiter encouraged the lie.
There is NO automatic upgrade or change of a RE code.
Administrative errors can be corrected by applying to the discharge review board or corrections board, depending on which service you were in.
Not sure what a reentry code of "H" is.
RE Codes will be RE - a number and a letter.
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It will depend on whether Kentucky considers the simple use of MJ a felony. The other military offenses should be irrelevant to that consideration.
Whether or not you have a felony conviction is based on a comparison with state law in your state. The forum (SPCM) is actually irrelevant to that decision. You could be convicted at GCM, but not have a felony and vice-versa.