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Media Coverage

Former JAG officers Robert Capovilla and Mickey Williams are frequently asked to appear as guests and expert sources in a wide variety of media outlets that cover issues affecting the United States military and its personnel across the globe.  Below are a few examples of recent media coverage.

Supreme Court clears the way for Navy to fire Norfolk-based captain over COVID vaccine refusal, WAVY, March 29, 2022

For military service members, vaccination is the law, Stars and Stripes, March 1, 2022

Could the Vaccine Mandate Harm the U.S. Military in the Long-term, Federal Drive with Tom Temin Podcast Interview of Robert Capovilla, February 22, 2022

TV News Interview of Mickey Williams, Newsy Morning Rush, February 21, 2022

Biden signs executive order making sexual harassment an offense in military’s judicial code,, January 26, 2022

Appeal by Soldier Convicted for Her Role in Death of West Point Cadet Adds to Legal Groundswell Against Split Guilty Verdicts, Stars and Stripes, January 7, 2022

Sexual Assault Trial Postponed Over Army Judge’s Unanimous Verdict Order, Stars and Stripes, January 6, 2022

‘Looks like’ House Approps Will Allocate $740B for Defense, Politico, January 4, 2022

Lt. Col. Scheller Freed from the Brig Ahead of Hearing on Potential Court-Martial, The Washington Times, October 5, 2021

Lt. Col. Scheller Became a ‘Political Prisoner’ for Criticizing Biden Admin. Policies, Newsmax, October 5, 2021

Guillen Family Calls for Court-Martial of Soldier’s Harasser as Military Consider Crime Reforms, Stars and Stripes, July 30, 2021

Attorney for Active Shooter at Ft. Campbell: ‘Eventually He Just Snapped’ News 4 Nashville – WSMV, November 20, 2017

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