Navy E-5 tested positive on a unit sweep urinalysis test for cocaine and ecstasy. His command offered him Captain’s Mast, which he refused and demanded trial by court-martial. During our investigation into his case, our attorneys discovered significant flaws in the command’s urinalysis collection program. At his subsequent Special Court-Martial, we were able to show the command’s failure to maintain a proper chain of custody on our client’s sample, institutional failings in the command’s urinalysis program overall. In addition, we surprised the government by proving that the UPC that testified in their case was not even the UPC that collected our client’s sample. Following the close of the government’s case, we rested without even needing to present a shred of evidence. RESULT: The member panel found our client Not Guilty.