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Monthly Archives: November 2020

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Unjust Military Accusations Against Serviceman

By Capovilla & Williams |

This week I had a client arrested for violating a military protective order because his attorney had a court ordered divorce mediation with the accuser’s attorney. During the mediation his accuser demanded $16k and my client refused to pay. Thirty minutes later, he was arrested at gunpoint while in his home, still on the… Read More »

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Charges Dropped in Sexual Crimes Case in Military

By Capovilla & Williams |

Good Morning, Friends, I became a military defense attorney because I passionately believed that our Service Members were being falsely accused of sex crimes at an alarming rate. I saw innocent men and women lose their careers over baseless allegations and I could not stand it. I recently represented a Warrant Officer who was accused… Read More »

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