My 1SG has given me 30 days to have a family plan/daycare put in place, and if it is not in place they will be kicking me out. My wife has quit her job that was only a weekend job. She is home with our kids 24/7. We barely have enough to get by as it is with a family of five after bills. We can not... Read more »
Great question. You want an attorney that has military experience as well as experience actually appearing before the Discharge Review Board. There are many attorneys that dabble in military law. You want someone with extensive military experience that practices before the Board frequently....Read more »
He was named in a class action suit that was settled after he died and at the time all the children were minors and we never married. How can they find out what happened to this money that they should be entitled too.
I'm very sorry for your loss and your family's loss. This is something that the military law attorneys or veteran's benefit's attorneys here would know the most about. But you await a response for two weeks. There is a nonprofit organization that deals with veteran's rights...Read more »
Typically restitution is one of the most important conditions of probation. This of course depends on the type of charge and restitution amount involved. Some judges might be willing to convert restitution to a lien based on a Motion requesting the judge to do so. In my experience most judges will...Read more »
Very good. You have several options available. You can enroll in the PReTrial Diversion Program (PTIP) that is like probation except when you finish your case is dismissed. Or there is always Veterans Court which is the same thing, probation but when you finish your case is dismissed. Terms are...Read more »
My supervisor is harassing at work. Just flat out lying. He lied and put me on a PIP and issued me an LOR when all my work was up to date and at the start of a global pandemic when everyone was working from home. No negative counseling in 8 months leading up the PIP and LOR. I filed an EEO... Read more »
Title VII provides that a court, in its discretion, may award reasonable attorneys' fees to the prevailing party. ... That determination is relatively clear when a plaintiff proves his or her discrimination case and a favorable judgment...Read more »
My girlfriend is being blacked mailed by her husband and threatening her that he will ruin her career and take everything away from her if she divorces him. He verbally and emotionally abused her. He uses religion to shame her and family as well. He has emails, text messages and pictures of us and... Read more »
It depends. Proximity in time to the employee's protected activity is one factor a court may consider- though generally insufficient by itself. In simple terms, the question is really whether the adverse employment action (new PIP/demotion) was justified by the facts- or was motivated by...Read more »
You should speak with the Hawaii unemployment department. Each state has different provisions for unemployment and this information can be obtained from the department. It is not a question requiring the assistance of an attorney.
My best friend has been talking to this guy who says he's in the military online. For two years he has never met her and vice versa. Just recently he's been telling her that she need to pay the military flight pilot $1500 and if she dont that the major general as he calls the commander... Read more »
I have been photographed without my consent multiple times in a publicly used area. These photographs, along with phone calls, have been used to instigate issues with our housing management, we aren't sure to what end. These individuals have tried to bring us to court under pretenses, and one... Read more »
You can file for a civil peace order, and discuss the case with the police department or take out an application for statement of charges at the commissioner's office. You can also speak with a civil litigator about injunctive relief, defamation, false light and other civil claims wherein you...Read more »
Marijuana shops around Oklahoma City have recently begin waving defiled American flags The colors have been changed to green and white and they are covered with marijuana leaves. Is this against the law in Oklahoma and if so what are the possible penalties?
I went through the PEB and got my findings. They found me unfit and got medical retirement from the military. I have an EAS Date 45 days from now. My unit is pursing an AdminSep for pattern of misconduct. The characterization is General Under Honorable. Can the military hold me past my new EAS... Read more »
There may be some specific nuances in your case but as a general rule you cannot be held past an EAS date solely for the purpose of admin sep proceedings. The issue with your case is that if the start the misconduct based separation process fast enough then your case will be...Read more »
Getting an annulment is tricky; however, from the looks of it, it would likely be easier for you to get a divorce, especially if he is in agreement. I would highly encourage you to reach out to a lawyer to discuss further, as the process is relatively simple and straightforward. Most lawyers on...Read more »
Volunteered for duty with the understanding I would get diesel school after Basic training, got then told after basic, when I was stationed I got told then I didn't have it in writing so I was out of luck. Young and dumb, I would show them I went AWOL, then didn't honor their end , I told... Read more »
It is possible to address these issues. You can apply for a discharge upgrade as well as have certain information removed from your record. Their are a lot of variables that you should discuss with an attorney that is experienced in dealing with these issues. I have had...Read more »
I know that he is 21 and signed the app himself, however his recruiter withheld special education info, a learning disability, and mental and physical conditions and told my son that the army will never find out. I believe the recruiter took advantage of my son's inability to understand the... Read more »
There's a whole lot to unpack there. Since it sounds like your son is still in the Army, he will need to proceed through his chain of command and JAG about what his options are. A medical discharge - any discharge - is a process that won't happen overnight, and in cases alleging prior...Read more »
I enlisted in the army, infantry, just over a year ago. Got deployed, came back. During a period of depression I went to behavioral health and was diagnosed with a bipolar disorder. I didn't behave in any misconduct, I fullfilled my duties so far, but I dont know how to take it anymore. If I... Read more »
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