JASON MOY

Jason Moy, A SENIOR ASSOCIATE AT THE FEDERAL PRACTICE GROUP, DISCUSSES WHEN TO PETITION OR NOT TO PETITION A DISCHARGE REVIEW BOARD

To Petition or Not to Petition a Discharge Review Board; the Reading Room has Answers You may be wondering if it is worth the time or expense to try to petition a Discharge Review Board to upgrade your discharge, get a better characterization of service, improve your re-enlistment (RE) code, or change the narrative summary […]

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Jason Moy, A SENIOR ASSOCIATE AT THE FEDERAL PRACTICE GROUP, SPEAKS ON COURT MARTIAL CONVICTIONS FOR MILITARY TIMES

Using a writ of mandamus to collaterally attack a court-martial conviction By Jason Moy The “Manual for Courts-Martial” is seen in this 2013 photo by the Fort Meade Public Affairs Office. (Army) After a conviction in a court-martial there are a few processes that may help reduce or eliminate the sting of the conviction. One […]

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ERIC MONTALVO, FOUNDING PARTNER OF THE FEDERAL PRACTICE GROUP, SPEAKS on LATEST ON CPL. THAE OHU CASE

Eric Montalvo founding partner of the Federal Practice Group was interviewed by the Carry On Podcast through the Heroes Media Group, on client Cpl. Thae Ohu. Here is a link to the story.

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ERIC MONTALVO, FOUNDING PARTNER OF THE FEDERAL PRACTICE GROUP, SPEAKS WITH THE MILITARY TIMES ON Cpl. Thae Ohu CASE

A look inside the complicated assault case the Marine Corps doesn’t want anyone talking about Cpl. Thae Ohu is currently in the brig facing nine charges including attempted murder. (Photo curtesy of Michael Hinesley) A prosecution’s push to silence those working to fight for Marine Cpl. Thae Ohu was struck down by a Marine Corps judge Monday. […]

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ERIC MONTALVO, FOUNDING PARTNER OF THE FEDERAL PRACTICE GROUP, SPEAKS WITH THE VIRGINIA PILOT ON Cpl. Thae Ohu CASE

Gag order denied in case of Virginia Beach Marine who says she was sexually assaulted JAN 26, 2021 AT 2:26 PM Cpl. Thae Ohu (Courtesy of Pan Phyu) A military judge this week denied a gag order in the criminal case of a Virginia Beach corporal whose supporters say her actions stem from the trauma […]

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ERIC MONTALVO, FOUNDING PARTNER OF THE FEDERAL PRACTICE GROUP, SPEAKS WITH THE WAR HORSE ABOUT HIS CLIENT NOT RECEIVING PROPER TREATMENT OR RESPECT

Gag Order: How Marine Corps Culture Silenced a Victim of Sexual Assault DECEMBER 1, 2020 After a long week at work in August 2015, Thae Ohu relaxed with friends at a barracks party in Okinawa. She felt safe with them, and she had more than a couple of drinks. Hours later, several Marines discovered Ohu […]

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ERIC MONTALVO, FOUNDING PARTNER OF THE FEDERAL PRACTICE GROUP, SPEAKS WITH THE VIRGINIA PILOT ABOUT HIS CLIENT NOT RECEIVING PROPER TREATMENT

Marine Corps seeks gag order in case of Virginia Beach corporal whose family says she has PTSD after sexual assault The Virginian-Pilot | Nov 10, 2020 at 2:49 PM Cpl. Thae Ohu (Courtesy of Pan Phyu) The Marine Corps is seeking a gag order in the criminal case of a Virginia Beach corporal whose supporters […]

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ERIC MONTALVO, FOUNDING PARTNER OF THE FEDERAL PRACTICE GROUP, SPEAKS WITH THE VIRGINIA PILOT ABOUT A CLIENT WITH PTSD

Marines charging Virginia Beach corporal with attempted murder; family says she has PTSD after sexual assault OCT 28, 2020 AT 12:28 PM Cpl. Thae Ohu (Courtesy of Pan Phyu) The Marine Corps is pressing charges, including attempted murder, against a Virginia Beach corporal who has been locked up in a Chesapeake brig for months while her family publicly […]

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Eric Montalvo, FOUNDING PARTNER OF THE FEDERAL PRACTICE GROUP, NAMED ONE OF THE 2020 VETERANS IN BUSINESS AWARDS HONOREES BY WASHINGTON BUSINESS JOURNAL

VETERANS IN BUSINESS AWARDS Veterans in Business: Eric Montalvo   Eric Montalvo, founding partner, Federal Practice Group   IN THIS ARTICLE Eric MontalvoPerson Government & RegulationsIndustry Legal ServicesTopic Military & DefenseTopic Professional ServicesIndustry By Emily Van Zandt  – Special Projects Editor, Washington Business Journal Jul 9, 2020, 5:05pm EDT Updated 11 hours ago Ask Eric Montalvo […]

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NEW YORK TIMES STORY ON RACISM IN THE MILITARY

African-Americans Are Highly Visible in the Military, but Almost Invisible at the Top Seventy-five years after integration, the military’s upper echelons remain the domain of white men. By Helene Cooper May 25, 2020 WASHINGTON — A photograph of President Trump and his top four-star generals and admirals, tweeted in October by Defense Secretary Mark T. Esper, […]

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