Army officer facing discharge allowed to retire
Mr. Cassara represented an Army Lieutenant Colonel facing administrative discharge for the alleged improper receipt of government travel funds. The government alleged four separate and distinct areas of misconduct and recommended the officer be discharged with an Other Than Honorable Discharge. Mr. Cassara represented the officer in a separation board in California. The Board found that he committed the least serious of the four allegations (that he negligently failed to keep track of his money) and found he did not commit the more serious allegations, that is that he intentionally took money that he was not entitled to, and recommended he be allowed to retire with an Honorable Discharge. As a result, this fine officer will keep his retirement and receive an Honorable Discharge Certificate.
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