Recent Accomplishments

Court of Appeals

Favorable decision from the Court of Federal Claims remanding our case back to the AFBCMR for corrective action.

October 28, 2019

Recently received a favorable decision from the Court of Federal Claims remanding our case back to the AFBCMR for corrective action.  Our client had an undiagnosed seizure disorder that led him to act as if he were drunk and disorderly at an event.  Even with the recommendations for relief by three medical advisory opinions, the […]

Court of Appeals

Soldier’s Discharge Upgraded to Honorable

August 12, 2019

We often have clients who don’t realize they have undiagnosed PTSD until it comes out in self destructive ways. If you or a loved one has been discharged from the Military, contact us today.

Security Clearance

June 21, 2019

As a result of our submission on his behalf, DODCAF found that we had sufficiently explained the issues that had led to the suspension and restored his security clearance.

air force drug conviction

Remand Decision

May 6, 2019

It brings us great joy to report that the Board for Correction of Naval Records granted our client full and complete relief, including retroactive retirement and back pay, for a case in which he was framed for wrongful use of a controlled substance.  Our client, a Navy LDO (limited duty officer) ensign, was found guilty […]

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Conviction Reversal

July 25, 2018

We are thrilled to report that the conviction of MSgt Richard Collins has been set aside and his conviction reversed.  MSgt Collins was wrongly convicted of sexual assault.  Based on our efforts on his behalf, his conviction has been set aside.  You can read about it here. https://courtmartial3.wpengine.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/collins_-_39296.pub_.pdf We are so happy for MSgt Collins […]

Security Clearance Reinstated

February 22, 2018

We have been representing a member of the South Carolina Army National Guard (SCARNG) who was notified that his security clearance was suspended due to his alleged involvement in the GRAP recruiting scandal.  Years after his work as a recruiter CID interviewed all of his old recruits, and two of them did not remember my […]

Army Discharge Review Board

February 9, 2018

We recently represented a former soldier who had been discharged from the Army with a General (Under Honorable Conditions) discharge for a “Physical Condition, not a Disability.” Essentially, he was kicked out because he had a previously undiagnosed anxiety disorder, which manifested itself once he went on active duty. We petitioned the Army Discharge Review […]

Discharge Upgrade for Soldier with PTSD

December 6, 2017

We are proud to announce that the State Bar of Georgia has named us one of Georgia’s “Lawyers who Help” and we will be featured on a Public Service Announcement sponsored by the state bar.  It will feature the case of a soldier who was discharged with an Other Than Honorable Discharge in spite of […]

Civilian Employee retains job Despite Misconduct

September 13, 2017

In addition to our military law work, we also represent civilian employees of the military in disciplinary actions. We have been representing a former first sergeant who is a civilian Army employee. He has a tremendous track record and, according to his supervisor “is one of the two best employees I have ever worked with, […]

Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces Overturns Offenses

September 12, 2017

On 14 June 2017, the Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces overturned and dismissed two offenses for one of our Coast Guard clients. The CAAF decision about whether an amendment to a specification was a minor or major change overruled YEARS of precedent for all the military courts of criminal appeals. Because of our […]

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