I am in the Army National Guard and have been enlisted for a few months now, but now I am experiencing a severe case of depression. I don't ship out to basic training for a couple of months. I was told by my recruiter that I must ship out to basic...
It does depend where you are in the process. But it is possible to request the contract be cancelled.
Why don't you contact http://girightshotline.org/
They have information which tells you how to do this legally. It might be successful if you haven't attended basic or done anything to receive a paycheck or benefits.See question
I have a work permit under the deferred action program. I am interested in joining the military and have always been. However, I'm not sure if my documents allows me to serve in the military. Is there anyway possible to serve without a bachelor'...
No. Sorry you would not qualify for enlistment.See question
I was given a Company grade article 15. I was given 14 days extra duty which I served and 180 days of suspension of rank and pay Which I am currently serving and I am also flagged.
Yes, you were correctly required to serve the extra duty unless you had timely appealed and the ED was deferred pending resolution of your appeal. If you appeal was denied then the ED can be served.
Normally flags are lifted at the completion of the action (Art. 15).
I have linked to the AR on flags. Go to page 10 and it tells you when flags are to be lifted.See question
I was kicked out the military because I took one of my sons pills and didnt have a prescript. I was in the service for over 10 years, now I am at college getting my degree. I was given a general discharge and now it shows up in background checks....
There are two issues here.
1. You can petition the Discharge Review Board.
2. But the harder more important one is what the FBI/NCIC records say about you and your case. If this is showing in background checks then I am going to assume for the purpose of this question that CID/OSI/NICS was involved in some way. Because of that the "case" got into the FBI/NCIC and now shows on background checks. That can be "appealed" but getting a Titling changed or the record changed can be difficult.
I am going through a divorce, i am active duty military. Both my ex's and my lawyers are saying they can hit my housing and food allowance for use as child support. I have found CFR 581 stating that they can not be used. Is CFR 581 backed by milit...
And, to add to Mr. Green's comment.
Once divorced, you may still be entitled to BAH/with dependents depending on any support obligation for children.
Hey there I'm 20 years old and an E-4. Okay so I've been in the national guard in KY for about three years. I've had mono 5 times in the past 5 years (crazy I know). I'll have to see a disease doctor in the future. I have high blood pressure and a...
Mr. Green suggests the starting point here--that is getting the medical personnel on board to recommend a medical related separation.See question
I had a sleeve surgery I was wondering how I can appeal so I can join the ARMY reserve ??
If you are seeking to enlist and you have a weight problem plus related surgery then MEPS will look at that to determine if it is a disqualifying condition or a condition for which there may be a medical waiver.
There is nothing "appealable" beyond that process. The military has absolute discretion on who it will enlist. For obvious reasons preexisting medical conditions may limit a persons potential to serve world-wide without problems.
I am being chaptered out on an chapter 14-12b 635-200 I did something that one of my battle buddies blew out of proportion and now I am being punished because of that but I really want to stay in the army or even be able to return if discharged bu...
So you are being processed for a pattern of misconduct?See question
My husband and I are owner operator truck drivers. We are trying to get DOD clearance for a company that we are leased to haul government freight. He was arrested in Dec 2014 and has a misdemeanor 4th degree assault-domestic violence charge and pu...
Hard to tell the actual impact.
A "mitigating factor" is the passage of time since the misconduct.
Another "mitigating factor" is what steps have been taken to ensure something similar doesn't happen again. Alcohol screening and some counseling often helps.
I was told by an attorney that " Under RPC 1.2(a) that a client gets to decide the goal and objectives of his representation, and whether or not to settle a case. She then said " All other decisions on how to handle the case and how to accomplish...
Mr. Smith states the policy I follow and all of my colleagues follow.
There are certain decisions that can only be made by the client, obviously with the lawyers advice.
However, it is generally the rule that the lawyer decides how best to get to the goal.
Along the way an attorney will, and should keep good communications about what is happening in the case, why, and what she is doing. A good attorney will consider the input of the client.
As Mr. Smith notes, you are in a relationship with the attorney and you have to feel comfortable with their advice and work. You hired the attorney for their knowledge, experience, and skill.
You could change lawyers, depending on where you are in your case. But keep in mind the new attorney may well want to proceed in the same or similar fashion.