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US v. WO1

November 4, 2019

Fort Bragg, North Carolina

WO1 is accused of committing fraud against the United States Government and is told that he is likely facing a General Courts-Martial. WO1 hires Robert Capovilla to assist him during the course of the investigation and to ensure that his rights are protected. After a thorough investigation by CID and the DoD, Mr. Capovilla convinces the trial counsel that the United States Army does not have jurisdiction to prosecute the WO1. Moreover, Mr. Capovilla is able to persuade the WO1’s command that a Board of Inquiry is not mandatory and unnecessary.

Case Result

Charges Dropped. No Courts-Martial. No Board of Inquiry.

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