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Charges DISMISSED, NO Federal Conviction, NO Discharge.

February 23, 2015, Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. U.S. v. E-5. Government accuses NCO of illegally possessing and using non-prescribed medication following a company-wide urinalysis.  NCO is adamant that medication was innocently ingested at a wedding.  She retains Mr. Gapasin to represent her upon receipt of Article 15, Non-Judicial Punishment paperwork.  Upon the advice of Mr. Gapasin, client turns down NJP and opts for court-martial.  The Government refuses to go to trial and instead issues client a General Officer Memorandum of Reprimand.  Mr. Gapasin responds by serving the command with a rebuttal to the reprimand.  Chain of command decides to file reprimand in her “local” file, thereby not affecting client's career and allowing her to be promoted.  RESULT: Charges DISMISSED, NO Federal Conviction, NO Discharge.

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