Camp Lejeune, NC asked in Federal Crimes, Gov & Administrative Law and Military Law for North Carolina

Q: My pov was taken as well as the key, and was dammaged 500+ in damages, pictures of mistreatment. Can he take it?

My gunny took my “POV” ( motorcycle) and had it sitting out for months and through the weather, it’s faded the fairings, rusted sprockets , rusted chain, rusted kickstand, battery is busted, front tire flat, was vandalized ( brake lever broken off, and clutch lever broken and bent, ( pictures of proof in my phone, and he does not want to give it back. Is there a order letting them take my POV? Will he be liable for the damages? What can I do? Need help? MARINE

1 Lawyer Answer
Patrick Korody
Patrick Korody
Answered
  • Military Law Lawyer
  • JACKSONVILLE, FL

A: You can file a claim under the UCMJ or under federal law. Go see the base legal assistance/claims office. You can also file an 1150 complaint against the gunny.

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