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Recent Accomplishments

Civilian Employee retains job Despite Misconduct

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, […]

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Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces Overturns Offenses

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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Court-Martial Conviction Reversal

Happy to announce that we secured the reversal of the court-martial conviction of a sailor at Camp Pendleton. He was convicted of two specifications of sexual assault upon victims who were allegedly too intoxicated to consent. The convictions on all the most serious charges have been set aside. Great news for our client.

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Former Airman’s Discharge Upgraded

General Discharge upgraded to Honorable. We have been representing a former Airman who was kicked out for a “personality disorder.” The military frequently uses this “catch all” for those they want to be rid of, especially those with mental health issues, including PTSD. As our client did not have six years active duty, he was […]

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No Charges Against NCO Suspected of BAH Fraud

I have been representing an Army NCO who was suspected of BAH fraud. He called me after CID called him wanting an interview. I advised him to not speak to CID (which is what I always advise.) We then put together a rebuttal packet. We were able to convince the command to not prefer charges […]

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Army Major’s Retirement and Career Saved

Mr. Cassara recently represented an Army Major at Fort Sill, OK who was charged with 68 specifications (charges) including cyber stalking, computer infiltration, larceny, fraud, extortion, fraternization, adultery and conduct unbecoming an officer.  After extensive negotiations, Mr. Cassara secured a plea agreement where his client would plead guilty to fraternization, adultery and conduct unbecoming an […]

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Air Force Captain's Child Molestation Charges Reversed on Appeal

I recently represented an Air Force captain, who was convicted of sexually molesting his two step daughters.  Unfortunately, this is a scenario all too often where allegations are brought against a service member in the midst of a divorce.  My client has steadfastly maintained his innocence, and there was no physical evidence to link him […]

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