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Acquitted of Both Specifications of Attempt Murder. Acquitted of all Rape Charges. NO Sex Offender Registration.

April 15, 2013, U.S. v. O-3, United States Army, Fort Polk, Louisiana. U.S. v. O-3. Officer is charged with 29 specifications under the UCMJ. He faces life imprisonment for various specifications of alleged domestic violence and sexual assault against his girlfriend. Officer denies these allegations and refuses to agree to a guilty plea proposed by the Government to his detailed military counsel. Any guilty plea would have resulted in confinement for over 10+ years. Instead, Officer retains Mr. Gapasin. Government counsel takes case to trial. Gapasin is fully prepared and the Government aggressively prosecutes his client. Gapasin puts on a defense that includes an aggressive cross-examination of the alleged victim, revealing a number of inconsistencies and contradictions throughout her testimony as well as a motive to lie in order to avoid punishment from the military for her own misconduct. Client is acquitted of multiple specifications in include the following offenses: acquitted of attempt murder, acquitted of rape, acquitted of kidnapping, stalking and a majority of the assault and battery allegations. Though found guilty of certain military-specific offenses, client avoids life in prison as well as sex offender registration. Client to serve only minimal punishment due to successful motion litigated by Gapasin resulting in confinement credit of over 600 days. RESULT: Acquitted of Both Specifications of Attempt Murder. Acquitted of all Rape Charges. NO Sex Offender Registration.

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