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US v. E6

March 15, 2020

Maxwell AFB

TSgt is accused of sexual assault by a co-worker after a TDY trip. The TSgt hired Robert Capovilla to help him fight these charges. Mr. Capovilla immediately files a preservation request with the Government to ensure that exculpatory evidence is preserved. Mr. Capovilla and his team conducted over 30 interviews to prepare for the trial. At the motions hearing, Mr. Capovilla, during cross examination, gets the Accuser to admit that she deleted several important text messages between herself and the TSgt right before she talked to OSI for the first time. Mr. Capovilla also filed a motion to obtain the accuser’s medical records. After 10 months of investigation and litigation, the Government agrees to dismiss all of the sexual assault charges against the TSgt.

Case Result

No sex offender registration. No Article 120 Conviction.

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