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

September 20, 2018

Norfolk Naval Station, Norfolk, Virginia

The Government accuses Navy Sailor, a CS1 (E-6) with 11 years of service, of creating a hostile work environment and making a false official statement under Article 107, UCMJ. Sailor is sent to non-judicial punishment. Client consults with Nathan Freeburg and subsequently turns down non-judicial punishment and demands trial by court-martial. Predictably, the client’s command orders a separation board rather than prefer charges to a court-martial. Freeburg closely works with the client, preparing an extensive list of character witnesses and a rebuttal to the government charges. With the advice of Mr. Freeburg, client maintains his innocence throughout the board process. Freeburg aggressively represents client at the separation board.

Case Result

Misconduct NOT SUBSTANTIATED. FULL RETENTION.

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