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Monthly Archives: July 2020

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Citizen Soldier Law Leading a Team of Experienced Federal Litigators Suing the State of NJ, the NJ Attorney General and the Superintendent of the NJ State Police to Secure Your Rights Pursuant to LEOSA

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The lawyers at Citizen Soldier Law are focused on the rights of law enforcement and approved for the PBA Legal Protection Plan.  But this is different and separate from anything to do with the PBA. We are leading a team of experienced federal litigators and want you to help us sue the State of… Read More »

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Identifying Barriers and Best Practices Study Act: Getting Benefits to National Guard and Reservists

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Almost all veterans are promised disability and pension benefits to compensate for injuries they received while serving in the United States Armed Forces. However, veterans of the National Guard and Reserve are often denied these benefits or given insufficient payments that do not cover their medical problems.  This problem is so widespread because many… Read More »

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Veterans Diversion Program in Federal Court

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If a veteran is convicted of a federal crime, is there any way to avoid incarceration? While Veteran Diversion Programs are well-known at the state level, federal diversion programs for veterans can be more difficult to understand and gain admission to. Joseph Brodie is one veteran, convicted of a federal crime, who could have… Read More »

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Compulsive Sexual Behavior and PTSD

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Compulsive Sexual Behavior (CSB) is defined as a “pattern of abnormally frequent paraphelic … or normaphelic … thoughts and actions” that causes distress or problems in a person’s life. Symptoms of CSB include frequent sexual fantasies or urges, intercourse, masturbation, fetishism, sadism, or pedophilia. Roughly 3 to 5 percent of the general population report… Read More »

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