I was given a Gen. Under Hon. Conditions discharge with an RE code 3 right before the end of my contract. What happened was I got arrested on a suspicion of driving while intoxicated. And then before I even went to court or got convicted I was chaptered for 'commission of a serious offence'. I went to base legal 3 times and none of the JAG officers I saw would advise me because of the fact there was no conviction, no police report and at that point nothing had taken place on the criminal side. However, my command still proceeded with the separation and chaptered me, violating my 5th amendment rights as I didn't get convicted until a month AFTER MY ORIGINAL ETS DATE. I have copies of my chapter packet and I also have a good service record (1 tour, many awards). What are my chances?I have a pretty good service record, indicated on my DD214. 4 years of service, no Art 15's, 1 tour in Iraq, many awards including ARCOM, AAM, Combat Action Badge, Iraqi Campaign Medal with 2 stars and a Good Conduct Medal. Also, I reenlisted while I was deployed so my first 22 months of service are fully Honorable. I really think that this discharge was BOTH inequitable and improper.