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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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Will a Civilian Misdemeanor Conviction Get You Kicked Out of the Military?

Everyone faces negative consequences for criminal convictions. There are not only the legal punishments for the conviction, but societal consequences, as well. Criminal convictions and records can impact employment, housing and educational opportunities. When the person being [...]

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