Court-Martial Results and Case Studies

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Navy Court-Martial

Steph represented the client at Article 32 hearing. The proved client was innocent. ALL CHARGES DROPPED.

Air Force Court-Martial

Steph's aggressive cross-examination of the complaining witness and thorough investigation exposed lies under oath. ALL CHARGES DROPPED.

Marine Corps Investigation

The client faced false accusations of sexual harassment/assault from a subordinate. Steph's aggressive defense prevented any negative action from being taken against the Marine.

Navy Administrative Separation Board

Client accused of wrongfully using marijuana but accidentally ingested. After representation at ADSEP Board proceedings, the panel found no basis for discharge. Career saved.

Air Force Court-Martial

Client accused of sex with a minor. Steph negotiated administrative separation. NO CONVICTION.

Coast Guard Investigation

Coast Guard client saved from nonjudicial punishment due to representation during an investigation.

Navy DUI

The client faced DUI in federal court. Steph's convincing presentation caused prosecutors to dismiss the case.

Navy Nonjudicial Punishment

Client charged with DUI and disorderly conduct. Found Not Guilty of DUI, saving career and rank.

Navy Administrative Separation - Notification

Client accused of wrongful use of marijuana. The commanding officer found no basis for discharge. The client's future saved.

Navy Administrative Separation Board

The client had a history of multiple service-related injuries and was mistreated by command. Steph saved the client from Under Other Than Honorable (OTH) Discharge. The client received General discharge. VA benefits preserved.

Navy Nonjudicial Punishment

Client facing nonjudicial punishment for chronic lateness. Pregnant client-facing loss of rank and more. Presentation from Steph results in minimal punishment and leniency from CO.

USMC

Steph's help in preparing the client for his written statement and Office Hours resulted in such a strong response, the client received essentially no punishment via the NJP.

Coast Guard

Client facing Other Than Honorable Conditions Discharge for sexual harassment. Steph ensured a conditional waiver for an Honorable Discharge. 15 years of service saved.

Air Force

Steph represented a client whose rights were being violated which would have resulted in a 30-year career-ending. Steph intervened and the client was allowed to retire honorably.

USMC

Steph negotiated a plea agreement for the client being court-martialed for drug trafficking and distribution. No punitive discharge (Bad Conduct or Dishonorable)!

Air Force

The client was being served a demotion action 2 months before separating from an 11-year career. The Commander withdrew the demotion action after reading the package Steph created, saying “I was swayed by your attorney’s letter and the presentation.”

USMC

UCMJ allegations against the client could have resulted in a court-martial after command investigation. Steph’s aggressive representation during the investigation resulted in a 6105 and guaranteed reenlistment.

Navy

Officer Client was retained by a Board of Inquiry after urinalysis tested positive for a drug. Steph’s strategy saved an 18-year career.

Navy Court-Martial

The client was facing up to one year of confinement for thousands of dollars of shipmate theft. Steph negotiated to ensure no Bad Conduct Discharge, no confinement, and no forfeitures of pay. Marine Corps Investigation – Steph’s aggressive representation during the investigation phase led to potentially career-ending charges against the client being dropped entirely.

Marine Corps NJP

The client offered NJP for allegations of adultery. With Steph’s guidance, the Client asserted innocence and turned down NJP. The evidence Steph developed weakened the government’s case for court-martial. Case resolved at 6105.

Navy ADSEP Board

Client accused of sexual assault. Steph’s case preparation and blistering cross-examination of the alleged victim led to the finding of no basis. Client’s career saved.

Navy ADSEP Board

Client accused of sexual harassment. Steph investigated and gathered exonerating evidence before charges were brought. The alleged victim’s testimony fell apart under aggressive cross-examination. The client received the exact outcome he wanted!

Navy Nonjudicial Punishment

Officer charged with career-ending allegations. Steph’s thorough investigation resulted in CO withdrawing nonjudicial punishment and dropping all charges.

Navy Officer Board of Inquiry

Steph showed investigation into O-4 Service Academy graduate was biased and incomplete. Steph’s aggressive and thorough cross-examination proved allegations from junior officers were false. Client was retained!

Navy Officer Board of Inquiry

Client was alleged to have wrongfully used a controlled substance. Steph dismantled the government’s case piece by piece to expose how the chain of command had unjustly targeted Client, who was a decorated hero that fought in Fallujah and Ramadi. Board found NO BASIS and client’s 18 year career was saved.

Navy ADSEP Board

C Client facing end of 13-year career for allegation of cheating. Steph proved client was the target of unjust accusations and victim of another Sailor’s misconduct. Board quickly found NO BASIS within minutes of Steph’s closing argument.

Marine Corps PAC Violation

Client was accused of using racist language in violation of Prohibited Activities and Conduct Order. Steph gathered statements and evidence and presented case to Commanding General (CG). CG dropped all charges against Client.

Navy Non-Judicial Punishment

Expertly drafted legal review in support of Client’s NJP response showed client was not guilty of allegation against her and that nonjudicial punishment was inappropriate for Client’s conduct. CO dismissed entire case.

Army GOMOR

Steph put together GOMOR response on behalf of Client detailing extenuating circumstances surrounding alleged misconduct. GO decided GOMOR will remain locally filed.

Army GOMOR

Steph’s brief to the DASEB resulted in Army Major having a permanently filed GOMOR moved to the restricted portion of the AMHRR. DASEB determined Steph provided evidence demonstrating it was in the Army’s best interest to transfer the GOMOR. Client’s career saved.


 

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