Florida Military Law Questions & Answers

Q: How can I be sure if neighbors are taking video of my where abouts and or inside my apt And on my job

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Civil Rights and Military Law for Florida on
Answered on Sep 12, 2018
Kevin John Mawn's answer
Hire an expert to scan your home for video equipment.

Q: Hi, I bought a condominium apartment after my husband passed in Afghanistan.

2 Answers | Asked in Foreclosure, Civil Litigation, Military Law and Small Claims for Florida on
Answered on Jan 10, 2018
Andy Wayne Williamson's answer
First step is to consult with a Foreclosure defense attorney from the county where the condo is located.

The attorney needs to review the Foreclosure paperwork. Then he or she can give you options on what can be done.

Q: Will my naturalization be denied due to breaking the law when I was under 18? Can I reapply if I join the military?

1 Answer | Asked in Immigration Law and Military Law for Florida on
Answered on Sep 25, 2017
Hector E. Quiroga's answer
Thank you for your question.

You need to consult with an immigration attorney, but it sounds like the charges were dropped. Without knowing all the details in the case, however, it is really hard to tell what the impact on your application would be. It is likely that it would have none, because of the decision not to prosecute; however, depending on the circumstances, an adjudicator could determine that you have not shown yourself to be a person of good moral character for the five...

Q: Can I join the military?

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Military Law for Florida on
Answered on Jul 18, 2017
Richard Hornsby's answer
It would be up to the military branch you are seeking to join. Candidly, I think you would have difficulty joining.

Q: An Air Force Airman had injunctions denied by a judge falsely accusing me of harassment & tried to get me fired.

1 Answer | Asked in Military Law for Florida on
Answered on Jul 5, 2017
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer
It appears that her efforts to get you in trouble with the authorities, and to get you fired, did not work. So what is your question

Q: Boyfriend misdiagnosed with autism as a young child wants to join military, any way to remove diagnosis from records?

1 Answer | Asked in Military Law and Health Care Law for Florida on
Answered on May 2, 2017
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer
What he needs, in my opinion, is a letter from a doctor, preferably a specialist in the field of autism, to the effect that the previous diagnosis was erroneous, and hopefully explaining why.

Q: MILITARY / UCMJ QUESTION If a sailor is found guilty of a charge in a general court martial, and handed a NO punishment

1 Answer | Asked in Military Law for Florida on
Answered on Feb 28, 2016
Keith Petrochko's answer
Military attorneys generally do not participate on this website. I suggest you contact your local JAG office as soon as possible.

Q: Do CFR apply to Military bases with Exclusive Jurisdiction? i.e. 41 CFR 102-74.385 with Federal Civilian Police

1 Answer | Asked in Military Law for Florida on
Answered on Aug 10, 2015
Robert Jason De Groot's answer
In order to answer this question I would have to do research.

Q: Does United States Code TITLE 10 > Subtitle E > PART II > CHAPTER 1221 > § 12682 aply to Regular Active Army soilders?

1 Answer | Asked in Military Law for Florida on
Answered on Aug 10, 2015
Robert Jason De Groot's answer
You asked this question many years ago. Military lawyers do not answer questions here as far as I know. When you have legal questions it is always best to go see an attorney who handles those types of matters.

Q: I have military orders 2 go 2 Japan.joint custody of kids w/ a dad who dont pay his child support.Whats required of me?

1 Answer | Asked in Military Law for Florida on
Answered on Aug 7, 2015
Robert Jason De Groot's answer
For what? To relocate with the children? Written consent from the father or a court order.

Q: If I have a run in with the law can I still join the army?

1 Answer | Asked in Military Law for Florida on
Answered on Aug 7, 2015
Robert Jason De Groot's answer
A run in with the law could mean a variety of things. Were you charged with a felony? If so, the military is being very selective nowadays and may not take you.

Q: I am trying to get my Army record reopened for them to look into my case and charges. How do I do that?

1 Answer | Asked in Military Law for Florida on
Answered on Aug 7, 2015
Robert Jason De Groot's answer
What case? What charges? You didn't say. The best thing that you can do is go speak with an attorney who handles these types of legal matters.

Q: Are military courts ordained under the constitution, under congress or under the SC ?

1 Answer | Asked in Military Law for Florida on
Answered on Aug 6, 2015
Robert Jason De Groot's answer
The internet is not a good place to get specifically tailored legal advice, which is what you need, an opinion based upon the facts, which you did not provide, and the law. Research has to be done knowing the facts.

Q: What is the legal definition of an armed forces "service member"? How do retirees fall into that definition?

1 Answer | Asked in Military Law for Florida on
Answered on Aug 6, 2015
Robert Jason De Groot's answer
Look it up in the law. It is probably within the US Code, and you can view it online, or get it online.

Q: What can he file next and where and is he fighting his case now as military or civilian after he got his DD214?

1 Answer | Asked in Military Law for Florida on
Answered on Aug 6, 2015
Robert Jason De Groot's answer
Military law lawyers rarely answer questions here. You need to go see one with all of the facts and transcripts for an evaluation as to whether anything at all can be done.

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