Rape – Military Sexual Assault – NOT GUILTY 4

United States Marine Corps v. E-6 (Article 120, Rape)

Camp Lejune, North Carolina

The Client was accused of Rape by his soon to be ex-wife. In this case Mr. Jordan aggressively and proactively put pressure on government counsel and NCIS to close this case as quickly as possible because Mr. Jordan’s team was confident of the lack of evidence coupled with the obvious motive to lie would make it very difficult to prefer charges against the Client. NCIS could not find corroborating evidence. In fact with the help of the defense team, NCIS and the chain of command noted that the evidence supported a conclusion that the alleged victim had lied and made these allegations up.

Result: Charges were not Preferred against Client. Investigation closed in favor of the Client


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.

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