Military Law Questions

1 Answer | Asked in Military Law for Alabama 17 days ago

William E. Scully Jr.'s answer
Maybe. Maybe not. I can't tell very much from the pitiably small amount of information you have provided. It sounds to me like the 'married soldier,' (I'm guessing that's you) is in trouble for being in the barracks room of the ...
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Military Law for Alabama on Feb 20, 2014

William E. Scully Jr.'s answer
Changing a custody arrangement once it has been established is very difficult in Alabama. There is generally a presumption that disrupting a custody arrangement is more detrimental to a child than the benefit that might be gained from the change in ...
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Military Law for Washington on Jul 29, 2013

Matt James's answer
Typically, if you've out-processed, passed your date of separation, and did your final accounting of pay with finance, then no. They should just put "refused to sign" or "unavailable to sign". This answer does not create an ...
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Military Law for Rhode Island on Mar 24, 2011

Neville Bedford's answer
For Radio, contact the FCC. For Automobiles query the DMV.
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Military Law for Washington on Sep 19, 2012

Jared Hawkins's answer
You should consult with your local military defense counsel. Under military law there is a presumption that if the substance is found in your sample you knowingly took it into your body. So your best chances of fighting this are by providing an ...
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Military Law for Illinois on Jul 29, 2012

Timothy J. Deffet's answer
Contact The John Marshall Fair Housing Clinic Veteran's Clinic. http://www.jmls.edu/veterans/.
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Military Law for Illinois on Jun 12, 2012

Timothy J. Deffet's answer
I am sorry to hear that your benefits were terminated. I do not practice in thus type of law but my alma mater, The John Marshall Law School, has a Veteran's Legal Support Center, where you may be able to get free advice on veteran's benefits ...
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Military Law for Oklahoma on May 2, 2011

Bradley M. Glaze's answer
To provide any assistance in this area, you would have to provide more information. I am assuming that you were incarcerated by the Army. If that is the case, your MSR should be handled through the Army Review Boards Agency ...
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Military Law for Texas on Apr 14, 2011

Bradley M. Glaze's answer
There are a few words and phrases that you use that really need defining to provide you with the best answer to this question, but I'll give you my opinion, based upon what is asked here. As with all of the answers provided here, this answer does not ...
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Military Law for Nevada on Feb 11, 2011

Bradley M. Glaze's answer
Like many terms that you may find in dealing with the law, "dishonorable discharge" has a very specific meaning for attorneys who practice military law, and another meaning that is applied by the general public. The legal or technical definition ...
 
 

1 Answer | Asked in Military Law for Indiana on Dec 29, 2010

Paul Overhauser's answer
Schenk v. US is a famouns case, reported at 249 U.S. 47. However, becuase the case is very old, Decided March 3, 1919, they did not publish the attonreys names in the opinions like they do now. You can read the opinion here: ...
 
 

0 Answers | Asked in Military Law for Virginia on Aug 21, 2013