Posted Feb 9, 2018 If 22% of 4,294 cadets at Wespoint are female, assuming there were less than 5% males reporting, that means 45 of the 945 female cadets reported sexual assault last year. About 5% in an academic year. Thoughts?
Posted Feb 3, 2018 Should there be different rules for PTC for soldiers facing civilian charges?
Posted Feb 3, 2018 Consequences of Army Chapter 10, and Air Force Chapter 4. Regular balancing test applied for admission in subsequent proceeding, in addition to remoteness.
Posted Feb 1, 2018 Two years ago today, I launched the Law Office of Will M. Helixon. Then it was only me and my desire to help servicemembers. Today, we have a team of ten professionals in Kansas City, Fort Bragg, Fort Hood, Oklahoma City, and Fort Collins combining to defend Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, Marines, and Coast Guardsmen on daily basis. Thanks to Jon Stanfield, Jon S. Jackson, Jessica Linney, Leah Linger, Ted Houdek, Andrea Normile Thueme, Thomas Hurley, Connie Fassler, and Jared Grisham for being a part of this great team. Special thanks to Natasa Gacpar-Helixon for supporting my efforts as we continue to build our team.
Posted Feb 1, 2018 It will be interesting how the Navy courts-martial related to "Fat Leonard" bribery scandal play out.
Posted Jan 30, 2018 Trouble never sleeps. Marine forced to retire after being drugged and robbed while on temporary duty in Columbia.
Posted Jan 28, 2018 Please let me know of your thought on this. The Bundeswher is about 180,000. They had 14 cases of rape (1 per 7,500). US military has 1.43M but over 6,000 reports of sexual assault (1 per 238). Really?