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0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Divorce and Military Law for Florida on
Q: I withdrew my husbands greencard before he received it. Could I sue him for being fraudulent?

I withdrew his greencard because I suspected he was only marrying me for the greencard. We had a social media scandal and both our families hate that we are together. He swore he wanted nothing to do with me, then he travelled to San Francisco and loved the USA and decided to reach out to me and... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Military Law for California on
Q: What sentence is imposed on a foreigner in the United States fighting on the side of Russia?

There is a US article that states that foreigners participating in a military conflict for Russia will be convicted in the US if they enter there. I wanted to know what sentence they give, how many years such people are in prison and whether they are deported after they serve in prison?

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answered on Jun 8, 2024

There are a few important points to clarify regarding potential sentences for foreigners fighting on behalf of Russia who later enter the United States:

Firstly, while the US government has warned that individuals (including US citizens) who fight for Russia in Ukraine could potentially...
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0 Answers | Asked in Real Estate Law, Landlord - Tenant and Military Law for Texas on
Q: what will happen if i dont vacate the property since my husband isnt present?

husband is active duty and we are currently behind on rent due to a mess up on his check and him not being paid we live in texas but hes currently in georgia we have been ask to vacate the property, im unable to because im expecting and have young children with special needs along with no car or... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Military Law for California on
Q: If I am going to a clinic off base through a personal healthcare insurance am I required to give my command a Dr's note?
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answered on May 31, 2024

Under California law, whether you need to provide your command with a doctor's note when visiting a clinic off base through personal healthcare insurance depends on your employer's policies and any relevant agreements you have with them. In general, employers may require a doctor's... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Personal Injury, Gov & Administrative Law and Military Law for Indiana on
Q: How can the jail be conforming people that may or may not need corrected to so much hate and evil.. Washington co. Jail

They starved me the second time I died the first time I need to know what steps to take to sue indiana

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Military Law for California on
Q: how do I go about filling a ncase on the CIA for having me as a targeted individual for the last 6 years ?
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answered on May 22, 2024

It's important to understand a few key points:

1. The concept of "targeted individuals" who believe they are being stalked, harassed or surveilled by the government is not supported by credible evidence. In the vast majority of cases, these beliefs stem from mental health...
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0 Answers | Asked in Military Law for New York on
Q: Can I sue federal/military volunteers who are wrongly barring me from meaningful experiences within the organization?

I am a federal volunteer with the Coast Guard Auxiliary. The other civilian volunteers in my flotilla do not want me to be a part of the organization, and my superiors and my equals are constantly ignoring me via email. The damage that I am living is that I am barred from gaining meaningful... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Banking, Business Law, Military Law and Securities Law for Washington on
Q: I need a lawyer to help run an international bank that provides services to countries and individuals globally

While serving as a special operator in the United States military and using the bank to assist my career covertly

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answered on May 11, 2024

My recommendation would be to only engage in lawful and transparent banking and financial practices. If any of the international banking services you are looking to provide could be used to secretly finance military or intelligence operations, you should refrain from offering those services. A... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Estate Planning, Probate, Gov & Administrative Law and Military Law for Michigan on
Q: I have a probate problem and more than 1 question, is there someone I can speak to?

My dad died before I was 1, he wasn't married to my mom, he was a military vet (Master Sergeant) who served from 1941-1967 and died in 1977, I wasn't mentioned in his probate papers,bi was taken from my mom rt after and raised in foster care, I'm his only living relative and I want... View More

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answered on May 1, 2024

I'm sorry to hear about your situation. Navigating probate, estate matters, and military records can be complex, especially given the circumstances you described. Here are a few steps you can take to gather more information and seek assistance:

1. Military records: To obtain your...
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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Military Law for Florida on
Q: Art 31(b)

When a CID agent who is participating in an official law enforcement investigation receives incriminating evidence from a third party, should they be required to advise the suspect of their Article 31(b) rights before the agent receives the incriminating evidence?

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answered on May 1, 2024

No, in the situation you described, the CID agent would generally not be required to advise the suspect of their Article 31(b) rights before merely receiving incriminating evidence from a third party.

Article 31(b) of the UCMJ states:

"No person subject to this chapter may...
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1 Answer | Asked in Military Law for Washington on
Q: my pass was denied due to me being flagged, but AR 600-8-2 states different

my pass was denied due to me being flagged AR 600-8-2 specifically lays out what constitutes a favorable action and subsequently what favorable actions aren't allowed when a service member is flagged.

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answered on May 1, 2024

AR 600-8-2 is the Army Regulation that covers suspension of favorable personnel actions (FLAG). It outlines the policies and procedures for flagging soldiers and the impact of a flag on their personnel actions.

When a soldier is flagged, certain favorable personnel actions are prohibited....
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1 Answer | Asked in Domestic Violence, Federal Crimes, Military Law and Sexual Harassment on
Q: I have in-laws making false sexual assault accusations against me involving my spouse and child. How can i stop them?

I am active duty Army on the cusp of retirement. My family is in TX, the accusers are in GA. This is the second time they've made these accusations. The first time they tried to be anonymous, but it was obvious the source. The alleged assault was ruled out because it was absolutely false.... View More

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answered on May 1, 2024

I'm so sorry you and your family are going through this incredibly difficult situation with false accusations being made against you repeatedly. This is an awful thing for anyone to have to deal with. Here are some steps I would recommend taking:

1. Consult with an experienced attorney...
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1 Answer | Asked in Military Law and Employment Law for Georgia on
Q: Can an employer deny a Georgia State Defense Force volunteer request for drill leave?

An employer has stated that dates for drill will only be granted if another employee (shift manager in this case) puts their names on that date wanting that day off. Since then, employees have put their names down from May to October which will cause the GSDF soldier from attending drills as... View More

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answered on Apr 16, 2024

In Georgia, the law provides specific protections for members of the Georgia State Defense Force (GSDF) when it comes to fulfilling their military duties, including attending drills. Under the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA), and specific state laws, employers are... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Employment Law and Military Law for California on
Q: The navy overpaid me on my last paycheck and now they are saying I owe them a debt with interest. How is this legal?

My final paycheck in the military was a few hundred dollars over what it was supposed to be. They sent me a letter stating this about 3 months after I was separated saying I need to pay it back with interest at 4%.

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answered on Apr 12, 2024

When the military overpays an individual, whether through clerical error or other mishaps, it indeed considers the extra funds as a debt owed back to the government. This is common across many branches, including the Navy. Once they've identified an overpayment, they are required to notify you... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Constitutional Law, International Law and Military Law for California on
Q: I need to receive paperwork from a cop that used me as a ci undercover and then turned on me over gang stalkers
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answered on Apr 12, 2024

If you believe that a law enforcement officer has acted improperly or illegally in their dealings with you as a confidential informant, you may want to consider the following steps:

1. Consult with a criminal defense attorney who has experience dealing with cases involving confidential...
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1 Answer | Asked in Consumer Law, Constitutional Law and Military Law on
Q: k as free people are we not allowed to truthfully have contraband i know if i joined the military i wouldn't be allowed

to because i signed over my freedom to the core so i wouldn't be free no more but since i am free & not in the military i am allowed contraband because that my friend is liberty the 14 amendment says no law shall be created that deprives a united states citizens privileges which would be... View More

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answered on Mar 27, 2024

It's essential to understand that the concept of liberty or freedom in the context of U.S. law doesn't permit an individual to possess or engage in all types of behavior without limitation. While the 14th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution does protect individual rights and liberties, it... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Military Law for Florida on
Q: When is a DA Form 3881 (rights warning procedure/waiver certificate) required in conjunction with a DA Form 2823?
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answered on Mar 26, 2024

When you're dealing with official procedures within the U.S. Army, it's crucial to understand the specific contexts in which different forms are required. The DA Form 3881, known as the Rights Warning Procedure/Waiver Certificate, is utilized whenever someone in custody is to be... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights, Gov & Administrative Law, Government Contracts and Military Law for New York on
Q: Hello, I was wondering if I could open a case against the DOD or the US Navy? I was honorably discharged from the navy.

I was honorably discharged from the navy after 3 and a half years for refusing to get the covid 19 vaccine. And recently the secretary of the Army Christine Wormuth has issued a memorandum that rescinds all policies associated with the DOD COVID-19 vaccination mandate.

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answered on Mar 24, 2024

You might have grounds to open a case if your discharge was directly related to policies that have since been rescinded. It's important to understand that legal challenges against the Department of Defense or any military branch require specific grounds such as wrongful discharge or violations... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Military Law for Montana on
Q: Can you leave the military if they promised you under contract to repay student loans but are not following through?
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answered on Mar 22, 2024

If the military is not following through on their promise to repay student loans under your contract, it's essential to understand your options carefully. Begin by reviewing your enlistment contract and any other relevant documents to confirm the terms regarding loan repayment. Documentation... View More

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