U.S. Navy v. E-5 (Assault with a firearm, failure to follow a lawful order, possession of a firearm in federal facilities). (Alleged violations of Article 92, Article 128, Article 134 of the UCMJ)
NAS Pensacola / NAS Whiting Field
Client allegedly held a firearm to a colleague’s head in an examination room. This case suffered the spark of rumor and spread of a wildfire. There were no witnesses. The client was not seized with the weapon on him. The Client’s girlfriend confirmed his alibi as well as where the weapon was at. In the end, after several rounds of litigation, this case ended in an alternate disposition and all charges were dismissed against the Client.
Result: CASE DISMISSED!
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