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Q: I’m pending chapter , however my ets date is coming up can I still ets ? I was told I can’t but my leadership I feel lie

Robert Donald Gifford II answered on Jan 15, 2019

You are likely "flagged" and will be prevented from ETS'ing normally until your chapter paperwork is processed.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Communications Law and Military Law for Kentucky on

Q: I was given a ticket for harassment on Fort Campbell, KY. It’s my first offense ever. What should I expect?

My husbands chain of command got mad that I let people know that they had done some illegal things so they claimed I told them I was going to kill my husband during a meeting with his Lt. I had two witnesses to prove I never said it. They waited a week to report it which just so happened to be the... Read more »

Timothy Denison answered on Sep 23, 2018

Hire a lawyer and with your evidence, you should be fine.

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law and Military Law for Kentucky on

Q: My husband is in the military, me and my 3 boys live with him but one of my boys belongs to my ex and he didn’t agree

With me moving can the judge make me move back even though me and my husband has children together and he’s in the military and can’t help where he is stationed at? It’s only 4 hours and 30 away from wv

Timothy Denison answered on Aug 22, 2018

Yes. They can make you move back. Probably won’t, but you are supposed to file notice of intention to move at least 30 days before you do.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Civil Rights, Gov & Administrative Law and Military Law for Kentucky on

Q: How do I obtain a letter showing disposition of a past case in Ky?

My girlfriend lives on Fort Knox as a civilian I have passed infractions that were dropped to misdemeanors I have no felonies on my record but Fort Knox is saying that one of them has not been dispositioned in the computers and will not allow me on the army base to visit my girlfriend's home what... Read more »

Timothy Denison answered on Apr 18, 2018

Go to the circuit clerks office in the county where the case occurred and ask for a certified copy of the disposition of the case.

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