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U.S. v. E-3

Domestic Violence

Our E-3 client hired Capovilla & Williams after his spouse accused him of domestic violence.  Shortly after being hired, the Attorneys at Capovilla & Williams discovered that the accuser was planning on divorcing our client and was likely using these allegations to gain custody of their daughter.  We reached out to the accuser’s ex-husband and found out that the accuser was also alleging that her ex-husband abused her and was using that information in family court to gain custody of her child with her ex … view case


US v. E-7

Domestic Violence

Fort Benning, GA

Client hires Robert Capovilla after his wife falsely accuses him of domestic violence. The command initially intends to courts-martial the client. Mr. Capovilla interviews the complaining witness and she writes a sworn statement that the Soldier did not commit domestic violence against her. Despite this admission, the command still decided to issue a GOMOR against …

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US v. 0-2

Domestic Violence

United States Army Reserves

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1LT is accused of domestic violence by his wife. His unit informs him that they will be initiating a board of inquiry against him and reprimanding him with a General Letter of Reprimand. Robert Capovilla helps conduct an extensive investigation, interviews the complaining witness, and files a response to the 1LT’s notification of a GOMOR. […]

Result

Command destroys the GOMOR. Charges Dropped. No BOI.


US v. E-7

Domestic Violence

Fort Benning, GA

E-7 client who has served in the Army for 19 years is accused of committing domestic violence against his E-7 wife. The original allegations are that our client sexually assaulted and then attacked his wife. Robert Capovilla works hard to uncover the truth and the sexual assault allegations are withdrawn when command learns that the …

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U.S. v. E-6, United States Army

Domestic Violence and Child Abuse

Fort Benning, Georgia

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Staff Sergeant (E-6) is charged with six (6) specifications of domestic violence against his current spouse, two (2) specifications of child endangerment, and an Article 92 violation for allegedly violating a no-contact order. Staff Sergeant retains Mr. Robert Capovilla. Immediately, Mr. Capovilla files an R.C.M. 706 motion with the judge to order a mental health evaluation […]

Result

NOT GUILTY of domestic violence. NOT GUILTY of child endangerment. Article 92 violation DISMISSED. NO DISCHARGE, NO reduction to E-1.


U.S. v. E-7, United States Army

Domestic Violence

Fort Benning, Georgia

Sergeant First Class in the 75th Ranger Regiment, is accused of slamming his wife’s head into a wall two times, choking her, punching her in the face several times, and preventing her from leaving the house. SFC denies the allegations but a police officer who was dispatched to the SFC’s home states that the SFC …

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US v. E-7

Domestic Violence

Eglin AFB

SFC, who is a Green Beret, is charged with 6 specifications of domestic violence. The complaining witness is the SFC’s ex-spouse who alleged that the SFC beat her up, choked her, dragged her by her hair through the house, and emotionally abused the children. Mr. Robert Capovilla serves as lead counsel on the case and …

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Lieutenant Colonel (LTC)

Domestic Violence

Fort Campbell, Kentucky

LTC is accused of domestic violence when his spouse filed a complaint with the local authorities alleging that LTC was preventing her from leaving, causing her vehicle to fail to start, sending her threatening text messages, and stalking her at a friend’s house. The Command issues a FLAG on LTC preventing him from getting promoted …

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