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GOMOR – Adverse Military Administrative Actions – RESUMED COMMAND

U.S. Army v. CPT (GOMOR)

Hawaii

Our client received the following simultaneously: 1) Results of the AR 15-6 Investigation; 2) Notice of intent for Relief for Cause OER; and 3) a GOMOR. This officer knew he had to protect his future career in the U.S. Army and obtained our services. He was accused of knowingly having a relationship with a female officer that was married. However, this was not the case. During their short relationship the female officer lied and deceived our client into believing she was single. He was not confronted with this information that she was married until after her divorce was finalized. In our clients response, Mr. Jordan illustrated in a very articulated manner to the commanding general why and how our client did not knowingly have a relationship with a married woman.

Result: The commanding general filed his GOMOR in his local file, he resumed command and was not issued a relief for cause OER.

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