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Military malpractice and negligence: claims against the government

Although many readers of this blog might reasonably believe that it is impossible for active-duty military servicemembers, veterans and military dependants to bring legal claims against the federal government for personal injuries suffered through the negligent acts or omissions of government actors, that is not true.

He said, she said: sexual assault case spotlights differing views

The following narrative provides both a summary review of an ongoing sexual assault case with an Air Force Academy nexus and -- in a larger sense -- an overview of some of the predominant problems and issues that can feature in a sex-based criminal case.

Can an administrative separation hurt me in any way?

The quick and unambiguous answer to the above-posed headline question is that, yes, an administrative separation from the military can be accompanied by myriad adverse consequences for a servicemember.

Federal appeal of adverse military decision: role of legal counsel

Some readers of our blog might reasonably think that military and civilian law never intersect, that is, that there is never any interplay between the treatment accorded a servicemember under the Uniform Code of Military Justice and the civilian court system.

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