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CitizenSoldierLaw’s Take On Combat-Related Special Compensation

By Citizen Soldier Law |

Are You Eligible? You must be retired, have a VA rating of at least 10% and currently have your DoD retirement payments reduced by the amount of your VA disability payments  What else must be true?  One of the following: 20 years of service Medical retirement with a disability rating of at least 30%… Read More »

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Federal Employees Refusing The Phony Injections In This COVID-19 Hyped Atmosphere

By Citizen Soldier Law |

Here are my thoughts in no particular order: What is your current job worth to you and your pension and TSP and healthcare and I know, as to the latter, some of you would have tricare and VA, potentially? As to legal fees and costs, my firm starts with a relatively low retainer and… Read More »

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National Guard And Reserve Personnel And Phony Vaccination For COVID 19

By Citizen Soldier Law |

Hire a former experienced Judge Advocate, over thirty years of military experience and a former NJ Assistant Prosecutor in major cities, such as Elizabeth and Newark.  Protect your retirement from this Emergency use authorization phony injection, as called by the Biden cabal, a vaccine. Remember that you are entitled to a minimum level of… Read More »

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TDIU

By Citizen Soldier Law |

Total Disability Individual Unemployability – Compensation for 100% Even Without Conditions that Add to 100% Or TDIU, can be an important consideration when considering your Disability Evaluation System military injuries. Your DOD processing, the MEB and the ultimate rating from the PEB may be immaterial, if you achieve what the VA requires for a… Read More »

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Montana National Guard Ramps Up Pressure For Retention Weekend And Pressure For Phony COVID Shot

By Citizen Soldier Law |

Don’t Let the Collaborators Pressure You or Your Families – Montana Air and Army National Guard Troops, Soldiers and Airmen, Call Us and Defend Your Career Against the COVID Hoax and Phony Shot That Fails to Provide Immunity or Maybe Any Protection I saw a story today based out of Helena Montana — The… Read More »

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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

By Citizen Soldier Law |

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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Using A Board Of Corrections Decision For IDES Consideration

By Citizen Soldier Law |

BLUF:  CPT Soldier-Officer does not have a set of facts that lead to winning arguments that would be considered favorably by the ABCMR.  Unfortunately, she does not have sufficient medical treatment to justify one year of profiles that ended with a P3 profile or that she was nondeployable – the basic rules for undergoing… Read More »

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Are Military Sexual Assault Charges Expungable If Dismissed?

By Citizen Soldier Law |

This is a bit complicated.  As I understand it, and this is not legal advice, federal law does not have a mechanism for an “expungement” of a charge.  Even if lawyers do not pursue what military investigators believe to be probable cause to charge, the decision to find probable cause will likely stay on… Read More »

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Abraham Lincoln, Justice-Involved Veterans And Thanksgiving

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Let’s be thankful for our veterans. Our judicial system needs bold leadership to energize the Veterans Criminal Diversion Program, conduct a public relations campaign, and overcome disparate treatment of Veterans among the various counties. November 08, 2021 at 10:00 AM 15 minute read State and Local Government By Thomas Roughneen According to a 2021… Read More »

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