Posted by: William Cassara On: May 17th, 2012
Mr. Cassara represented a soldier who had been diagnosed with HIV, and was charged at a general court-martial with several counts of aggravated assault for not informing his sexual partners that he was HIV positive. The soldier was also charged with violating the lawful order of his commander to inform his sexual partners he was HIV positive and with use of spice. The soldier submitted an offer to plead guilty which the government rejected. He then retained Mr. Cassara, who utilized the services of http://www.omsj.org. In spite of the fact that the soldier confessed to having sex without informing his partners and to the use of spice, the soldier was acquitted of all of these charges. See press release on our media page.
If you need a court-martial attorney, call Mr. Cassara immediately.
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