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Bill Cassara teaches other lawyers on BCMR law and procedure

Because of his experience with Boards for Correction of Military/Naval Records, Bill Cassara is frequently asked to speak to other lawyers, both military and civilian, on this subject. He recently presented on the subject to the Georgia Bar Association’s Military Law Section. Click here for the outline he wrote. The reason he is asked to do these presentations is that he has likely filed more cases with the BCMR/BCNR than any other attorney in private practice. He knows what it takes to get your records corrected.

Mr. Cassara is a former Army prosecutor and defense counsel. He has over 20 years of civilian military law experience. He is an experienced and aggressive military attorney representing members of all military services. Call or e-mail bill to discuss your case at 1-888-288-3347 or  bill@courtmartial.com . You will not speak to a legal assistant or paralegal. If he is not in, he will return your call and you will speak directly with him.

Bill served six years on active duty in the Army JAG Corps and 16 years in the Army JAG Corps reserves. He served as a prosecutor, defense counsel and as appellate defense counsel. For more than 20 years, he has represented service members of all military branches in records correction cases, and all other areas of military law. While his background is with the Army, he has appeared before the Army, Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard Records Correction Boards. He is intimately familiar with all the service Record Correction Boards, and the subtle differences from one branch to another. While all Record Correction Boards are governed by the United States Code, there are differences between how each branch operates their Boards. He knows these differences. In addition, he has appeared before the United States Court of Federal Claims and the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. In other words, he has represented former members of all services in records correction cases.

For more information read Why You Need a Civilian Military Attorney

 

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