Bill Aramony

Bill Aramony

Location: Alexandria, VA
Phone: 703-299-8496
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Bill has practiced Employment law 37+ years representing federal employees and people with security clearances issues. He also is "Of Counsel" to F H  + H and counsel to select businesses.  He was a JAG in the Naval Reserves and retired from the U.S. Navy (Reserve Corps).
His primary community activity is assisting veterans and the American Legion (including as a Past Commander in Alexandria's Post 24 and in other capacities.)

Disclaimer:  While Mr. Aramony and I occasionally work on cases together, he is not a member of our firm.  He is an independent Attorney with his own practice.

William E. Cassara- Military Law Attorney

Recent Accomplishments

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CAAF Reverses Army Court on Hearsay Ruling

By William Cassara | April 30, 2021

In June 2020, the Army Court of Criminal Appeals issued an opinion in United States v. Henry affirming the military judge’s decision to exclude four hearsay statements made by the alleged victim and her son. We discussed that opinion here. The government appealed the Army Court decision to the Court […]

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William E. Cassara, Military Law Attorney

Army Court Reverses Conviction – ACCA Opinion U.S. v. Hannah

By William Cassara | April 24, 2021

We are thrilled to report that the Army Court of Criminal Appeals set aside and dismissed our client’s convictions for two specifications of sexual assault.  We argued that the military judge improperly created the appearance of bias in favor of the government because of her inappropriate conduct toward our client’s […]

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Court of Appeals Clarifies Law on Aiding and Abetting

By William Cassara | March 26, 2021

The Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces recently released its opinion in United States v. Simpson. Gunnery Sergeant (GySgt) Simpson had communicated with a woman, MB, whom he encouraged to take pictures and videos of another individual while in various states of undress without that individual’s consent. MB had […]

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