Monthly Archives: October 2020

Junior Enlisted Military Member Has Sexual Assault Case Dropped (UCMJ Article 120)

Recently, a junior enlisted military member defended by attorney Richard V. Stevens had the sexual assault court-martial case he faced dropped by the military after a pretrial motion hearing (UCMJ Article 120). The military client was accused of, and investigated for, alle [...]

Another Junior Enlisted Military Member Has Sexual Assault Case Dropped (UCMJ Article 120)

Recently, another junior enlisted military member defended by attorney Richard V. Stevens had the sexual assault court-martial case he faced dropped by the military after a pretrial motion hearing (UCMJ Article 120). The military client was accused of, and investigated for [...]

Military Senior Noncommissioned Officer Found Not Guilty Of Sexual Assault In Court-Martial Trial (UCMJ Article 120)

Recently, a military senior noncommissioned officer (SNCO) who faced a general court-martial (GCM) in which he was accused of the sexual assault of a military friend was found not guilty of the allegation at his general court-martial trial. The accused military member was de [...]

Senior Field Grade Military Officer Retains Command

Recently, a senior field grade military officer defended by attorney Richard V. Stevens had their disciplinary action downgraded and command retained. Because this was an administrative disciplinary case, there are Privacy Act issues and regulations that preclude the repo [...]

Military Pilot Returned To Flying Status After Flying Evaluation Board (FEB) Notification

Recently, a military officer and pilot defended by attorney Richard V. Stevens was returned to pilot training after receiving a notification of flying evaluation board (FEB). Because this was an administrative disciplinary case, there are Privacy Act issues and regulations [...]

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Retirement Eligible Senior Field Grade Military Officer Has Disciplinary Action Set Aside And Record Cleared

Recently, a retirement eligible senior field grade military officer defended by attorney Richard V. Stevens had the disciplinary action he received set aside and his record was cleared for retirement. Because this was an administrative disciplinary case, there are Privacy [...]

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