Category: Administrative Separations

Washington Post Discusses VA Protections with Attorney D’Agostino

The Department of Veterans Affairs is currently fighting to protect civil service and federal agents from firing procedures as expedited as that which FBI Director James Comey faced in recent news. Last week, the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit seemingly sided with the VA after it re-granted VA senior executives the […]

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Administrative Discharges (Chapter 10) In Lieu of Court Martial

Each Military Service allows Servicemembers to administratively separate instead of going through a court-martial. For example, Army Regulation 635-200, Chapter 10, allows Soldiers to administratively separate in lieu of a court-martial by admitting to at least one charge. This is a quick and expedient way to leave one’s Military Service while pending UCMJ charges. The process […]

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