Q: I am currently under investigation over 2 weeks now. I am scheduled to redeploy to the states in 3 weeks what do I do?
I am currently under investigation it has been over 2 weeks now. I am scheduled to redeploy to the states in 3 weeks, would this make me stay in the desert. Also what are the punishments for this matter? It is my first offense, and all of my records are immaculate. What could I do at this point to make the case end? The alleged theft is like worth 2000
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