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After over 30 days of being AWOL, Client is successfully discharged from the U.S. Army. NO Pre-Trial Confinement upon his return to the unit, NO Court-Martial, NO Federal Conviction.

March 15, 2018, U.S. v. E-1, United States Army, Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. Specialist who was formerly enlisted in the Coast Guard goes AWOL from Fort Leonard Wood. Specialist is fearful of his Drill Sergeant, who had previously held a knife to the Specialist's throat threatening to kill him. He retains GCW Law to represent him. Mr. Gapasin contacts his client's Company Commander, informing him that his client would return to Fort Leonard Wood. Gapasin hints, however, that there would be consequences of the Company Commander's Drill Sergeant and the maltreatment and death threats Gapasin's client had to endure. Mr. Gapasin and the client hoped that the unit would simply discharge his client without be placed in confinement or being charged in a court-martial. All the client wanted was to be discharged with no less than a General. Client did not want to continue with his career in the U.S. Army. RESULT: After over 30 days of being AWOL, Client is successfully discharged from the U.S. Army. NO Pre-Trial Confinement upon his return to the unit, NO Court-Martial, NO Federal Conviction.

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