Representative Cases

With decades of military law experience in all branches of the Armed Forces, the attorneys at JAG Defense have compiled a staggering record of successes both in and out of the courtroom. Please review our Representative Cases for a sampling of the outstanding results we have been able to obtain for our clients facing a broad range of allegations. In doing so, however, please remember that all cases are unique. Simply because a particular result was obtained in one case does not guarantee or predict a similar result in future cases.

Military Success Stories
Security Clearance Success Stories
Positive Urinalysis Success Stories

June 2010

Defense Contractor issued Statement of Reasons (SOR) for Guideline F – Financial Considerations (18 unpaid debts) and Guideline E – Personal Conduct for failing to disclose debts on SF86.

Result: SOR response sufficiently mitigated all concerns and security clearance was granted without having to go through a Hearing.

May 2010

Naval Officer Board of Inquiry, NS Norfolk, VA

Result: Officer Retained in Naval Service.

April 2010

Administrative Separation Board, NS Norfolk, VA

Result: 18½ year Sailor found to have committed No Misconduct and Retained in Navy.

March 2010

Air Force O-6 was issued Letter of Intent to Revoke Security Clearance due to unprofessional relationship with subordinate.

Result: Top Secret Clearance retained.

February 2010

Army Soldier deserted on eve of deployment for 3+ years.

Result: No Conviction, No Confinement, No Criminal Record, No Punitive Discharge.

January 2010

Naval Officer Board of Inquiry, NS Norfolk, VA

Result: Officer Retained in Naval Service.

December 2009

Navy E-4 General Court-Martial Negotiated alternate disposition for Petty Officer who engaged in 9 month sexual relationship with 14 year old girl.

Result: No conviction, no criminal record, no jail time, and no sex offender registration.

November 2009

Employee for the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) was denied a Q-clearance based upon a history of alcohol abuse, which included 4 DUIs and continued drinking. JAG Defense prepared a substantive response package and represented employee at his hearing.

Result: Clearance Granted.

October 2009

Navy civilian employee issued Letter of Intent to Revoke Security Clearance after 2 bankruptcies and continued significant debt.

Result: Top Secret Clearance retained.

September 2009

Air Force E-5 General Court-Martial, Maxwell AFB, AL

Result: Full Acquittal