US Army v. 03 (GOMOR) (Sexual Assault, False Official Statement)
Fort Hood, Texas
Client was originally accused of sexually assaulting and harassing an NCO. Client was subjected to 3.5 hours of CID interrogation where he adamantly denied these awful allegations. However, the GOMOR was issued for false official statement based on the interrogation. The root of this case stemmed from a disgruntled NCO who was not selected by Client to be his First Sergeant. Mr. Jordan and his team were able to successfully show that the NCO made false accusations against Client. More importantly, Mr. Jordan and his team were able to show that Client did not in fact lie during his interrogation.
Result: The GOMOR was withdrawn and DESTROYED.
Article 120 is the military statute which defines rape, aggravated sexual assault, aggravated sexual contact, and abusive sexual contact. These offenses include different types of unlawful, forced sexual activities on another person. Charges related to sexual misconduct involving a minor fall under Article 120b.