Good afternoon: My situation: I am a holdover in AIT and waiting for security clearance. I got naturalized in the ARMY. I have been being a holdover for 5 months. I am too tried to wait for the security to be done. I have mental proble...
You can't simply "ask for a discharge." You have no grounds to be discharged, and they have no grounds to discharge you. Go to the base Legal Assistance office and speak to a JAG lawyer about your options, but understand you are likely in for the duration of your enlistment unless you commit some misconduct that will get you discharged and follow you for the rest of your life.See question
I've been in the national guard for a year now I do everything I'm supposed to do go to all my drills and everything but I've realized this isn't really for me I just want out. And I'd like to know how to go about doing this and what are my options
You probably can't. You signed a contract, and are obligated to live up to it.See question
I recently found out I have genital herpes and I am supposed to get deployed overseas within six months. I am unsure if I can be deployed due to the fact it can be passed on through skin to skin contact.
This is more of a medical question than a legal question. But the answer is yes.See question
Ok i got my first vehicle and pawned the title now i have another vehicle can i get a title loan with that one as well
While you probably can, Title loans are one of the biggest scams known. Best to come up with another plan.See question
My fiancé got an AWOL charge from the National Guard, which is false he has docotor notes saying he's out for the year (2016) they are aware and it's ok. Anyway now he is in jail for awol, his Sgt said he would just be booked and then we could bo...
Two things: Only your fiance's command can excuse him from military duties. Not a doctor. So the fact that he has a doctor's note saying he is out for a year may not mean anything. Second, the question of bond is a matter for when he goes before the magistrate, but generally speaking military members who are captured after being AWOL are released to the nearest military command until their units decide what to do with them (i.e. court-martial or administratively separate them.) Bottom line: He needs a lawyer to work on the bond, and then will need a lawyer to work on the military side of the house.See question
Is there any point of applying?
I have no idea what this means, so I am guessing it got improperly posted to military law. You may want to repost in the appropriate category.See question
Reposting military law question. I was kicked out from the military (Army) for misconduct. I was an Army Officer with 4 years of military service. I never admitted to the misconduct and contested it in a written rebuttal. The Command recommended s...
You were not entitled to a BOI as a probationary officer. Most of the lawyers here on AVVO offer free consultations so I would recommend you contact someone and have them review your case file.See question
Try not to get pulled over on the way home with no auto store open. I
AVVO is a site to provide general legal advice. This is not a legal question.See question
1) Do you have any recommendations with regard to an egregious amount of unfairness, bias and not following 'the rules'(but I have to), or contract law between the Court and Defendant's Counsels firm (precedent case cited and supported by law, rul...
Respectfully, without knowing anything about your case, your post is nearly incomprehensible. None of the attorneys who volunteer to answer general questions on AVVO can reach out to you and offer to represent you.See question