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Navy Pilot Remains Qualified for Aviation Service

Navy Pilot Remains Qualified for Aviation Service After Field Naval Aviator Evaluation Board (FNAEB) Recently, the U.S. Navy determined that a Navy officer and pilot defended by attorney Richard V. Stevens (Military Defense Law Offices of Richard V. Stevens, P.C.) would re [...]

Military Officer Found Not Guilty in Sexual Assault

Recently, a military officer who faced a general court-martial (GCM) in which he was accused of the sexual assault of a civilian acquaintance was found not guilty of all charges and specifications by the Military Judge at his court-martial trial. The accused military member [...]

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What Is the Court-Martial Process?

A court-martial is criminal trial in the military justice system. The two main types of court-martial are a special court-martial (similar to a misdemeanor case) and a general court-martial (similar to a felony case). A conviction in a special or general court-martial is co [...]

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