We represent an Army CW3 who received a GOMOR for allegedly failing to show up for work during COVID 19. She was three months shy of retirement, and her retirement was put on hold. We drafted an extensive rebuttal, which included some of the strongest character statements I have seen in 30 plus years of military law. Today we learned that the Commanding General has agreed to “locally” file the GOMOR, which means she will be allowed to retire, and it won’t show up on her permanent record when she goes to apply for jobs. A great result, and a great end to a stellar career.
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Great result for Army CW3 who received a GOMOR
June 5, 2020
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