Sex Assault Charges – Military Sexual Assault Case Dismissed

US Marines v. Warrant Officer, (Article 120, Sex Assault Charges)

Camp Lejeune, North Carolina

Client called Mr. Jordan seeking a defense lawyer to represent him against sexual assault charges. The Client attended party one evening. The party included lots of drinking and mingling with other service members as well as local’s. A local girl accused the Client of sexual assault. Her story was vague, and it was not able to be adequately corroborated. Out of all the people at the party, not one individual was able to corroborate or substantiate this girls story. Lastly, there was no forensic data to tie the Client to the alleged victim in this case. The Client followed Mr. Jordan’s instructions and received the best result possible.


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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