Board RETAINS Gapasin's client, allowing him to submit his retirement package and obtain FULL BENEFITS after a 20-YEAR CAREER.
December 4, 2019, U.S. v. O-3E, United States Army, Fort Bliss, Texas. Army officer with 19 years in the military is sent to a Board of Inquiry (BOI) for receiving a DUI and for reckless driving. Captain had only 2 months left to submit his retirement package, but the Army refused to terminate the Board of Inquiry to allow him to submit for retirement. Captain retains Mr. Gapasin to represent him. At the Board, Gapasin highlights his client's honorable service and fidelity for over 19 years. Gapasin also obtains an Estimated Retirement Benefits Calculation (ERBC) report to argue before the Board that in light of his client's stellar background, the DUI was not a 2 million dollar mistake, which was the total estimated amount he could lose if the Board were to involuntarily separate him. RESULT: Board RETAINS Gapasin's client, allowing him to submit his retirement package and obtain FULL BENEFITS after a 20-YEAR CAREER.