Security Clearance REINSTATED.
October 1, 2016, U.S. v O-4, United States Army, Charlottesville, North Carolina. Former client of Mr. Gapasin was retained by the U.S. Army Reserves following a separation board involving allegations of inappropriate sexual relationships with cadets. Gapasin successfully defends this Major at the Officer Board of Inquiry and he is retained. Client receives a notice several months later, however, indicating that his security clearance would be revoked due to these inappropriate sexual relationships. Client retains Gapasin a second time to represent him to keep his security clearance. Gapasin advocates on behalf of the client, arguing facts that were elicited at the Board of Inquiry that reveals his client's innocence. Gapasin provides documents and exhibits from the board hearing that were helpful in illustrating why his client was innocent of sexual impropriety with his cadets. RESULT: Security Clearance REINSTATED.