Mr. Cassara recently represented an Army officer who received a DWI off base. As is standard, she received a GOMOR. It is fairly standard that a GOMOR of this sort is filed in the officer’s permanent fiche, which is seen by promotion boards. But Mr. Cassara was able to convince the commanding general that there were extraordinary circumstances that warranted filing the GOMOR in her restricted fiche. This allows the officer to PCS, and compete for promotions along with her peers.
If you are pending a GOMOR or other adverse action, you need an experienced military law attorney. Contact Mr. Cassara for a free consultation.