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Mr. Cassara’s experience means you will work with an attorney with seasoned legal judgment when it comes to the military and its legal rules. When you need to make difficult decisions that affect your future and that of your family, you will be able to make those decisions confidently, knowing you have relied on advice provided to you by a lawyer who holds a clear understanding of the military and its world.

If you have further questions regarding courts-martial, court martial appeals, correction of military records, discharge upgrades, security clearance revocations, MEBs and PEBs, separation boards, disenrollment from ROTC or a service academy, adverse fitness report appeals, or other military appellate matters, contact William E. Cassara, PC. We provide representation to clients around the globe in a wide range of military matters. We can be reached by phone at 800-511-9293 or through our easy online contact form to schedule a free consultation.

11 Alive in Atlanta just did a story on the effects of PTSD on our service members. One of Mr. Cassara's former clients is featured in the story. He received an OTH discharge for AWOL even though he had severe PTSD and a TBI. The firm succeeded in getting his discharge upgraded so he can now get the benefits he deserves. But he is just one of many.  Appealing adverse discharges has become a passion since working on this case. This firm has the resources and experience to get your discharge upgraded.

Our firm’s founding attorney, William E. Cassara, is a former Army prosecutor, defense counsel and appellate counsel, and he has more than 30 years of military law experience. He is an experienced and aggressive military attorney who has represented members of all military services.

Mr. Cassara draws on that experience to represent clients before all Boards for Correction of Military/Navy Records, Discharge Review Boards, the Department of the Army Suitability Evaluation Board (DASEB), Inspector’s General, Department of Hearings and Appeals (DOHA), The U.S. Court of Federal Claims, the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, Army, Navy-Marine Corps, Air Force and Coast Guard Courts of Criminal Appeals, the Judge Advocates General of all military services, the Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces, and the United States Supreme Court.

Call Mr. Cassara at 800-511-9293 to discuss your case. You will not speak to a legal assistant, “chat box” or answering service.  If he is not in, he will return your call, and you will speak directly with an experienced attorney.

If you are in trouble with the military, you need a lawyer on your side who understands the consequences you are facing. Our founding attorney, William E. Cassara, has represented service members of all military branches for more than 25 years. While his background is with the Army, Mr. Cassara has appeared before the Army, Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard Record Correction Boards. The longevity and the breadth of his experience is a direct benefit to our clients. Contact the firm as soon as possible.

To schedule a free consultation at our Evans, Georgia, office or a location convenient for you, William E. Cassara, PC, can be reached by phone at 800-511-9293 or through our easy online contact form on this website.

William E. Cassara- Military Law Attorney

Recent Accomplishments

Air Force Court Reverses Military Judge’s Dismissal of Sexual Assault Charge

By William Cassara | September 3, 2020

In January 2016, Senior Airman Harrington was at a party with several individuals. SSgt FC, LB, and TSgt KW were at the party as well. The group played several drinking games, including an “adult” version of Jenga. The game required individuals to perform tasks, such as removing articles of clothing […]

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Navy-Marine Corps Court Affirms Assault Conviction for HIV Positive Marine

By Beth Harvey | August 20, 2020

NMCCA issued an opinion in the case of US v Lewis this week. Sgt Lewis was convicted of three specifications of failure to obey a lawful order, one specification of sexual assault by causing bodily harm, one specification of indecent viewing, and one specification of assault consummated by a battery. […]

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Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces Limits the Use of Prior Statements at Trial

By William Cassara | July 14, 2020

Military rules of evidence generally do not allow hearsay statements to be admitted at trial. Hearsay statements are statements made outside of court that are offered as proof of the substance of that statement. There are several exceptions to the hearsay rule, such as statements included in regular business records. […]

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