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Preserved retirement for E-7 mobilized reservist charged with BAH fraud

Posted by: William Cassara On: December 31st, 2011

Mr. Cassara represented an E-7 mobilized reservist at Fort Jackson who was accused of BAH fraud and larceny in the amount of $35,000. Charges were preferred with a recommendation for a general court-martial. He knew he needed an experienced court martial attorney and contacted Mr. Cassara. Mr. Cassara successfully negotiated a resolution where the case was heard at a Summary Court-Martial. At the Summary Court-Martial the soldier was only required to forfeit a small amount of pay, and did not lose any rank. As a result, the soldier will REFRAD and return to his civilian job and be allowed to retire as an E-7 in the United States Army Reserves.

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