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Category Archives: Military Administrative Law

Thomas Roughneen

Advisory Opinions in Board of Corrections Cases

By Citizen Soldier Law |

First of all, these cases are taking two years to get decisions and longer.  Congress needs to do something because petitioners are often suffering and denied their rightful benefits, particularly Reserve and National Guard members.    Secondly, that means an experienced lawyer is your best chance to get a meaningful and successful result and to… Read More »

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Final Restraining Orders (FRO) Are Not Easy to Change

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In the case, G.M. v. C.V., a New Jersey Superior Court from the Appellate Division denied a defendant’s request to vacate a FRO under the Prevention of Domestic Violence Act (the Act), N.J.S.A. 2C:25–17 to –35.   The female Defendant’s motion to dissolve the FRO was denied because it did not include a transcript of… Read More »

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Misconduct Allegations: Preserve Your Sacrifices as a Reserve Troop

By Citizen Soldier Law |

Protect your career and what to do if you are a suspect On three occasions, different whack jobs made spurious allegations against me.  Each time I was cleared.  Each time, I retained experienced counsel.  None were related to sexual harassment, I will add.  However, allegations of sexual misconduct are on the rise throughout our… Read More »

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Do I Need a Lawyer for an Article 15 Hearing?

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Article  15 UCMJ, otherwise known as non-judicial punishment (NJP) provides for a commander to take action against you for a  minor infractions or misconduct. No matter what branch of the military you are in, it’s understandable to be worried and anxious if there is a pending adverse action against you. While Article 15 is… Read More »

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