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Stephen Carpenter’s Legal Cases

87 total


  • First Leutenant, Navy, (0-3)

    Practice Area:
    Military Law
    Date:
    Jun 01, 2011
    Outcome:
    Commanding Officer reconsiders a highly prejudicial FITREP and signs a significantly improved version.
    Description:
    Officer receives an unfairly prejudicial, baseless and derogatory fitness report.
  • Private First Class, Army, (E-3)

    Practice Area:
    Military Law
    Date:
    Mar 23, 2011
    Outcome:
    Command dismisses separation action.
    Description:
    Command initiates separation action against Soldier for issues related to disrespect and duty performance. Met with Soldier's chain of command. Soldier set to become NCO soon!
  • Chief Petty Officer, Navy, (E-7)

    Practice Area:
    Military Law
    Date:
    Aug 10, 2011
    Outcome:
    Guilty Plea. BCD. 6 months confinement.
    Description:
    Case referred from felony to misdemeanor level court.
  • Third Class Petty Officer, Coast Guard, (E-4)

    Practice Area:
    Military Law
    Outcome:
    Pending Trial
    Description:
    Wrongful Sexual Contact case removed to summary court.
  • Sergeant, Army, (E-5)

    Practice Area:
    Military Law
    Date:
    Sep 07, 2011
    Outcome:
    Retained in service. Reduced to E-3. Client will serve approximately 2 months in confinement after reductions for pretrial confinement (50 days) and typical good time. PCS to Ft Sill.
    Description:
    Plead to attempted methamphetamine possession, use and violating a federal statute on possession of drug manufacturing materials. Maximum possible punishment was reduction to E-1, 20 years in confinement, total forfeitures, and dishonorable discharge.
  • Private First Class, Marine, (E-2)

    Practice Area:
    Military Law
    Date:
    Sep 26, 2011
    Outcome:
    "Not Guilty" of all charges. Administrative context. Retained in service and deploys to Fleet. Update: Promoted to LCPL.
    Description:
    Marine charged with Spice Use and Fraudulent Enlistment related to drug use. Confesses to both claims.
  • Petty Officer, Coast Guard, (E-3)

    Practice Area:
    Military Law
    Date:
    Sep 13, 2011
    Outcome:
    Reenlistment code upgraded. U.S. Coast Guard Board unanimously votes to grant all requested relief, including Reenlistment code upgrade allowing for his reenty into the service. Sailor previously awarded Honorable Discharge.
    Description:
    Discharge Review Board (DRB) in Washington DC examined inequitable discharge of this Coast Guardsman based on fraudulent enlistment associated with his alleged suicide attempt and other irregularities.
  • Private First Class, Army, (E-2)

    Practice Area:
    Military Law
    Date:
    Sep 20, 2011
    Outcome:
    Court-martial case not filed. Retained in service. Soldier receives "no punishment" after Article 15 hearing. Local file. Government also agrees to forego discharge and Soldier reenlists.
    Description:
    Soldier alleged to have engaged in serious multiparty sexual misconduct while in Afghanistan.
  • First Leutenant, Navy, (0-3)

    Practice Area:
    Military Law
    Date:
    Sep 06, 2011
    Outcome:
    Adverse Administrative hold dismissed. Officer retires.
    Description:
    Officer alleged to have engaged in travel voucher fraud.
  • Captain, Marine, (0-3)

    Practice Area:
    Military Law
    Date:
    Nov 18, 2011
    Outcome:
    Court-martial case dismissed.
    Description:
    Marine charged with use of controlled substances. Military Judge grants motion to suppress with the exception of one confession. Government dismisses all charges after Defense files Motion for Reconsideration.