Maybe. No way to answer without more information. These cases are very fact specific. I would be happy to review your case and tell you if it is worth pursuing. Feel free to contact me. The initial consultation is free.
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A lot more (private) information is needed.
You'd have to look first at both a discharge review board case and corrections board case. You have three years basically to file with a BCMR. You likely have to go this route to exhaust administrative remedies before going to court.
Check with Mr. Cassara, he does quite a lot of these cases.
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You have three years from the time of separation to file your appeal. More specific facts are needed in order to give you a proper evaluation of the strength of your case. Give my office a call, I would be happy to speak with you. The initial consult is free and we handle these types of administrative appeals on a regular basis.