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 against him. He was given a letter of concern, but nothing will be in his official file. No GOMOR, no Article 15, no court-martial, no record. He will continue his career. If you believe you are under investigation, contact an experienced military law attorney early, and do not speak to the police or your command until you have done so.
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