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FULLY RETAINED.  By a Preponderance Of The Evidence, Major DID NOT commit the alleged misconduct, she DID NOT commit acts of moral dereliction, and she DID NOT perform her duties in a substandard manner. 

May 18, 2017, U.S. v. O-4, United States Army, Fort Knox, Kentucky.  Major in the Army Reserves is accused of multiple accusations, to include changing her OER with the intent to misrepresent, disrespect of a superior officer, false official statement, and other acts of alleged moral dereliction and substandard duty performance.  Major retains Mr. Gapasin to represent her at her Officer Show Cause Board.  Gapasin cross-examines all of the Government's witnesses testifying against the client.  Gapasin, however, moves into evidence his client's OERs and letters of support, and he calls witnesses who portray the client as a truthful officer with good military character and solid, exceptional duty performance.  Through cross-examination, Gapasin reveals a toxic command climate and personal reprisal against his client.  The board composed of an O-6 and two O-5s recognize that the allegations against the client are unsubstantiated  RESULT:  FULLY RETAINED.  By a Preponderance Of The Evidence, Major DID NOT commit the alleged misconduct, she DID NOT commit acts of moral dereliction, and she DID NOT perform her duties in a substandard manner. 

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