The Mayer Law Blog

Fighting later is harder than fighting now

Posted March 23rd, 2013

Often, I receive calls from individuals seeking to appeal discharges, courts-martial, nonjudicial punishment, and other adverse actions. Let me be perfectly clear. It is always harder to appeal something. The earlier you are in the process, the better your chances of winning. Here is an example. Private Claude is caught using his roommate’s ATM card… Read More

Can a General Do This?

Posted March 12th, 2013

Straight from the Stars and Stripes (a news source that focuses on the Armed Forces): The fighter pilot freed from jail and reinstated into the Air Force last month after a lieutenant general set aside his sexual-assault conviction was taken off a promotion list, the Air Force said, making it unlikely he will move up… Read More