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You can contact any of the military law attorneys here and inquire about your case and the cost of representation.See question
I was accused of adultery, I received the 15-6 investigation results and supporting documentation. There isn't a single sworn statement in the investigation just memos of conversations conducted by the IO. The memo of the IO and my conversation is...
They can definitely do this (they are.) Your rights depend on many factors. you need to get an attorney immediately.See question
My husband was discharged from service recently and is trying to go back in. We recently went through all his documents and really my husband should have never been discharged, but they did it regardless of following regulations. He has seen multi...
The average time for the BCMR is a year in the Army, 3 in the AF. Absent a change in his RE Code, he will not be able to reenlist.See question
I was recently pending a General Court Martial but Signed a deal to plead guilty to fraternization (with me husband, I'm an officer in the USMC and he was a SSgt in the army note he has been out for a year now) and failing Register him as a house...
Under the circumstances you describe you would not be entitled to separation pay.See question
I'm a sailor that has developed anxiety attacks due to the high stress environment in the Navy. I'm hitting my 4-year mark in 3 months, but I'm signed up for 6. The doc on base sent my CO a letter of recommendation for separation due to "adjustmen...
The Navy is notorious for using "adjustment disorder" to not provide benefits to those with mental health issues. Go see the local base defense office or retain civilian counsel to make sure you get what you are entitled to.See question
Was separated from navy after 3 years with a general under honorable conditions discharge. I never applied for any benefits because I thought I would not be eligble
There are some benefits available to you, although the main ones (GI Bill, VA Loan, etc) are not. Make an appointment with the VA, and they can go over those for which you are eligible.See question
I was involuntary separated. My command career counselor signed me up for the class, but I was processed out and had to turn in my ID BEFORE attending. I pointed this out to my chain of command and was just told to "take it online."
No you cannot sue the Navy foe not letting you take a class.See question
Long story short, I have been in the military for a year. My brother passed away a few years ago and I've developed pretty bad depression and anxiety stemming from watching his death (I was right beside him when it happened). The military is j...
I am sorry for your loss. A discharge would have to be initiated by your treating physician through the Medical Evaluation Board process. Speak to them and see if they believe your mental health issues prohibit you from serving.See question
I signed the 6 year contract of being a member of Illinois national guard on January 31st 2017. I do not get shipped for basic training till September of 2017. I have been to my drills these past 4 months and I realized that this is not the correc...
No you cannot get a Dishonorable Discharge, as this only comes from a court-martial. You could, however, receive an Other Than Honorable Discharge or a General Discharge. So every employer from here on in who sees your DD 214 will see that. I would recommend you think about your future and how you want to play this.See question
I was born without a spleen. Learned it 27 years after I finishing commitment.
Sue them for what? You haven't provided any facts that suggest any grounds for a lawsuit.See question