Court-Martial Cases

Obtained resolution of no charges against Army NCO suspected in taking part in the murder of three Iraqi detainees

Mr. Cassara represented an Army NCO who was suspected of taking part in the murder of three Iraqi detainees.  The NCO knew he needed an experienced court martial attorney.  When the NCO first contacted Mr. Cassara he was facing multiple murder charges.  After Mr. Cassara became involved he was able to resolve the case in …

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Secured dismissal of all charges for Marine officer suspected of giving order to murder Iraqi detainees

Mr. Cassara represented a Marine officer who was suspected of giving an order to murder Iraqi detainees. The client was read his rights by NCIS for murder and investigated by both CID and the U.S. Attorney’s Office. He knew he needed an experienced court martial attorney and contacted Mr. Cassara.After Mr. Cassara became involved he …

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Preserved retirement for E-7 mobilized reservist charged with BAH fraud

Mr. Cassara represented an E-7 mobilized reservist at Fort Jackson who was accused of BAH fraud and larceny in the amount of $35,000. Charges were preferred with a recommendation for a general court-martial.  He knew he needed an experienced court martial attorney and contacted Mr. Cassara.  Mr. Cassara successfully negotiated a resolution where the case …

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Obtained an extremely favorable result for Army Master Sergeant accused of larceny, fraternization and false statement

Mr. Cassara obtained an extremely favorable result for Army Master Sergeant accused of larceny, fraternization and making a false official statement. Mr. Cassara represented an Army E-8 with 19 years of active duty who was accused of numerous serious offenses.  He knew he needed an experienced court martial attorney and contacted Mr. Cassara.  After charges …

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Obtained sentence of pay forfeiture and restriction for soldier facing 20 years confinement and dishonorable discharge

Mr. Cassara represented a soldier charged with involuntary manslaughter in the death of another soldier. He knew he needed an experienced court martial attorney and contacted Mr. Cassara.  Mr. Cassara succeeded in getting the charges withdrawn from a General Court-Martial and referred to a Summary Court-Martial where the most severe punishment the soldier could face …

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Obtained acquittal of Army MSG charged with over $100000 BAH and per diem fraud

Mr. Cassara represented a Master Sergeant at Fort Jackson, SC who was charged with stealing over $50,000 in BAH funds and $50,000 in per diem.  He knew he needed an experienced court martial attorney and contacted Mr. Cassara.   After a fully litigated trial the soldier was acquitted of the majority of charges against him. After …

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Obtained retention of Army Major convicted of BAH fraud

Mr. Cassara represented an Army Major who was charged with larceny of government funds through illegal receipt of Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH.) After a sentencing case that included more than 10 witnesses the Military Judge did not dismiss the officer, in spite of the prosecution’s request that he do so. This will allow the …

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Obtained dismissal of all charges day before court-martial

Mr. Cassara represented an Army Staff Sergeant charged with larceny of government property. Through the tireless efforts of Mr. Cassara and the Trial Defense Service attorney, the defense was able to cast sufficient doubt on the charges to have the convening authority dismiss all charges the day before trial was to begin. This will allow …

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