In my court-martial cases, you will see a post about an Army E-8 I represented who was charged with BAH and per diem fraud. After a contested trial, all charges were eventually dismissed. However, the Army came after him again, in an attempt to revoke his clearance. He was notified of the intent to revoke by the Central Clearance Facility and we filed a detailed rebuttal on his behalf. As a result, his clearance has been reinstated and he can resume his career.