Charges DISMISSED, NO Federal Conviction, NO Sex Offender Registration.
August 27, 2014, Utah National Guard, Riverton, Utah. U.S. v. O-2. Lieutenant in the Army National Guard is accused by a female Officer of sexual assault from a year prior when they were both in a Military Police Basic Officer Leader's course. The female Officer accused the Lieutenant of sexually assaulting her when she was under the influence of alcohol during a study session between the two of them. The Lieutenant denied these accusations and retained Mr. Gapasin to represent him. Gapasin aggressively sought to have these charges dismissed and immediately had the client undergo a private polygraph examination. Client passed the polygraph and Gapasin notified his chain of command. Client also submitted the results of the polygraph to his chain of command and aggressively argued for the dismissal of all charges based on a lack of credibility of the alleged victim as well as her counterintuitive behavior. RESULT: Charges DISMISSED, NO Federal Conviction, NO Sex Offender Registration.