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I was prior service military, got out honorably and the got a civilian job. I was laid off from this job for over a year and things got really rough and thinking my previous employer wouldn't call me back and no other gainful employment re-enliste...
Sorry to hear about your wife's situation.
Unlike the DEP enlistee, you have a more difficult situation. I'm assuming they consider you AWOL at this point for failure to report. They may even mark you as a deserter after 30 days and issue a warrant. This might be a situation best resolved through the commander. You may have enough mitigation to avoid a court-martial, and possibly enough to negotiate an administrative separation, although not a guaranteed Honorable. Lots of caveats here because there's no guarantee of any result.
Better to get it over with and resolved.See question
I left 3 days ago. Just couldn't do it anymore. I'm going to turn myself in at sill. Question is will only being gone for 3 days will they simply send me back to my unit or grant me a chapter 10 OTH. Do I have to be DFR to receive a chapter 10?
It's likely you've not been DFR'd yet, not gone for 30 days or more.
Most likely you'll go back to your unit.
You shouldn't qualify for an OTH, you can't get a BCD at court-martial for an AWOL of less than 30 days, UNLESS you have some other misconduct.
Best to not make any statements when you turn yourself in. Go to TDS as soon as you surrender. Maybe there's something they can negotiate for you.
Meps needs access to my sealed record so i can get in the military . Its whats preventing me from enlisting because i sealed my record from juvenile court. How do i get access and allow them access to everything ?
The recruiter will start by sending out a DD Form 369, background check. They should also be asking you.See question
A mobile notary signing service that I work for many years has asked me to conduct a seller closing and obtain a copy of the sellers military ID. There is no other ID that is available that is expired. Military ID is the only ID that is valid. ...
Yes. The one area is when you are seeking medical care and using TriCare as your insuranceSee question
I was discharged with a general under honorable a special court-martial and a six-month confinement order for UCMJ article 92, 107, and 121. The reason for separation is misconduct with serious offense in parentheses. Does this all constitute as a...
If military law enforcement investigated and took your fingerprints, photo, and a DNA swab during their interview of you--then you are "Titled" for an arrest and that goes into the FBI / DoJ database.
In many states, the 107, and the 121 (depending on the value of the property) may be considered a felony.
You do have a federal criminal conviction, whether or not the state authorities consider it a felony is a separate matter according to state law.See question
hired lawyer$7500 paid half up front. other person arrested took full responsiblility of possession. dropped charge does the remainder of the money still need to go to the lawyer
Start with the written agreement you have with the lawyer.
Even if the agreement allows for the full fee to be paid, perhaps it's something the lawyer might be willing to negotiate based on the actual work performed. No harm in asking.
If there is an actual dispute, it appears the Texas bar has a method to approach such issues: https://www.texasbar.com/Content/NavigationMenu/ForThePublic/ProblemswithanAttorney/ResolvingFeeDisagreements/default.htmSee question
Who would you contact and how...what is the best way to approach request since the service is on October 5? I am assuming that liability would be the issue for Western State, if accompanied by family just for the service limit the liability eno...
Not sure why this in military law. I have redirected to a better area.See question
Got marryed and sepporated soon after and she surved me a paper to fill out mever been marryed before so I dont know what I did . I can see I loss nothing am I free of it all
You need a final court order for there to be a divorce.
It sounds like you have been served with the initial papers to start that process.
Why do Attorneys do work Pro Bono and how do I find an attorney to do this? Are there special requirements to have Pro Bono work performed?
It's an obligation to society to perform a certain amount of pro bono work.See question