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Soldier facing discharge for violation of Lautenburg Amendment allowed to retire

Mr. Cassara represented an Army E-7 who had been convicted of spousal abuse in state court.  He received a bar to reenlistment and was pending administrative separation from the Army.  He had 18 years of service.  He retained Mr. Cassara who petition the Army and proved that the charge for which the soldier was convicted was not a disqualifying offense under the Lautenburg Amendment. As such, the discharge was halted and the soldier will be allowed to continue to serve.

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