Court-Martial of Air Force officer results in retirement

Mr. Cassara represented an Air Force officer with over 20 years of service at Barksdale Air Force Base who was accused of numerous offenses arising from an investigation into a long standing extra-marital affair.   The charges ranged from Conduct Unbecoming an Officer to False Official Statements to Failure to Obey a Lawful Order and others.  While the evidence was nearly overwhelming, after a fully contested trial a number of charges were dismissed and Mr. Cassara obtained a result that included minimal confinement, forfeiture of pay and, most importantly, no discharge.  This will allow the officer to retire and to be eligible for all military benefits.  If you are pending a court-martial call Mr. Cassara immediately for a free consultation to discuss your case.  If you are under investigation, do not make any statements to your command or CID without first speaking to a lawyer.  If they want to speak to you, say “I don’t want to make any statements. I want a lawyer.”  Then call Mr. Cassara.

If you  need a court martial attorney contact Mr. Cassara for a free consultation.