Two officers, one enlisted dismissed from service

| February 12, 2015 | 0 Comments
Manual for Courts-Martial

Manual for Courts-Martial

Staff Judge Advocate, 25th Infantry Division

A first lieutenant (O-2) from Company A, 225th Brigade Support Battalion, 2nd Stryker Bde. Combat Team, was found guilty of one specification of abusive sexual contact, one specification of violation of a general order or regulation, and one specification of a false official statement. He was sentenced to be reprimanded and to be dismissed from service.

A chief warrant officer 3 (CW3) from B Co., 209th Aviation Spt. Bn., 25th Combat Avn. Bde., was found guilty of one specification of sexual assault and one specification of indecent visual recording. He was sentenced to be reprimanded, to forfeit all pay and allowances, to be confined for three years, and to be dismissed from service.

A sergeant (E-5) from A Battery, 3-7th Field Artillery Regiment, 3rd BCT, was found guilty of one specification of absence without leave, one specification of a false official statement, one specification of adultery, and three specifications of violation of a general order or regulation. He was sentenced to be reduced to private first class (E-3), to forfeit $1,300 pay for two months, to be confined for 150 days, and to hard labor for 60 days without confinement.

A private (E-1) from Headquarters and Headquarters Btry., 2-11th FAR, 2nd SBCT, was found guilty of one specification of making a false official statement and three specifications of incest. He was sentenced to reduction to private (E-1), two years confinement and a bad conduct discharge.

Federal Convictions. In addition to forfeiture of pay (either adjudged or by operation of law), confinement and a punitive discharge, a Soldier will also have a federal conviction that the Soldier must report when filling out a job application. A federal conviction strips a Soldier of many rights, such as the right to purchase and maintain firearms and voting.

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