Three Military Administrative Disciplinary Cases Defended Successfully

Recently, three administrative disciplinary cases in the military were successfully defended by attorney Richard V. Stevens

In the first case, a field grade military officer received a negative (referred) performance report based on alleged misconduct. That performance report would have impacted the client’s chances for promotion to the next rank and future military assignments. A lengthy rebuttal was submitted, including newly obtained witness statements, and the negative performance report was withdrawn.

In the second case, a senior field grade officer was under investigation for alleged fraudulent activities. It became clear during the course of the investigation that the military investigators did not understand the situation they were looking into and, once that was clarified for them, the investigation against the client was dropped with no adverse action taken.

In the third case, a senior field grade officer was investigated for alleged misconduct and received administrative disciplinary action. A rebuttal was submitted that resulted in the action being downgraded to the extent that it would be treated as “desk drawer” and would not become a matter of record – thus, avoiding negative ramifications for the client’s officer performance report and future military assignments.

While these three military administrative disciplinary actions were successfully defended against, it is important to understand that every case has different facts, and success in previous cases does not guarantee success in any particular future case. No military lawyer or civilian defense lawyer, including those who specialize in military law, can guarantee the outcome of any military trial or case.

We offer free consultations for a case you may be involved in. Just call the Law Offices of Richard V. Stevens today.

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