U.S. v. Army WO1 – Camp Casey, South Korea – 19 year old female E-2 accused her married warrant officer of getting her drunk and then raping and sodomizing her. We got involved before charges were filed and investigated the facts and the alleged victim. SJA recommended rape and sodomy charges. We successfully advocated against rape and forcible sodomy charges. At court martial, client faced 7 charges including sodomy, indecent acts, indecent language, adultery, fraternization, violation of an order, and conduct unbecoming. Maximum punishment was over 20 years. Plead to some charges. Sentence: Discharged, No jail time, No forfeitures, Allowed to take voluntary excess leave and will remain in Army until appeal is final.
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