NOT GUILTY of ALL Specifications at NJP, NO Sex Offender Registration, NO Federal Conviction, NO Confinement.
February 25, 2016, Fort Bliss, Texas, U.S. v. E-7. Sergeant First Class is accused by a female NCO of abusive sexual contact and indecent exposure. Unit initiates non-judicial punishment with the intent of separation but never provides the Sergeant First Class with evidence supporting the allegations. Frustrated and still denied the evidence despite having detailed military counsel, Sergeant First Class retains Mr. Gapasin to represent him with either moving forward with NJP or opting for a court-martial. Mr. Gapasin immediately contacts the unit and reqeusts that all evidence be provided to his client. The unit finally relents and provides the client with the statements and investigative reports. After thoroughly analyzing the evidence, Gapasin advises client to opt for the NJP. Although 98% of all NJP results in a finding of Guilty, Gapasin still advises on proceeding with NJP based on his analysis. Client follows Gapasin's advice and 3-Star General Fully Acquits Gapasin's client of alleged sexual offenses and Sergeant First Class can move closer to retirement. RESULT: NOT GUILTY of ALL Specifications at NJP, NO Sex Offender Registration, NO Federal Conviction, NO Confinement.