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THESE RECENT CASES SHOW THAT IN THE MILITARY, THE DEFENDANT IS GUILTY UNLESS & UNTIL THE SERVICE MEMBER CAN PROVE HIS OR HER INNOCENCE, ESPECIALLY IN A SEXUAL ASSAULT CASE.
Client was accused of raping a soldier that had a Blood Alcohol Level of 0.242, filming the alleged victim without her consent, and various other charges. Client made a statement to CID and gave CID a video that showed that the person was drunk.
Our client rejected a 3-year plea deal and decided to fight all of the charges at a General Court Martial in front of a Military Judge. Waddington and TDS attorney CPT Daniel Larson fought the case and our client was found not guilty of all of the charges, except for filming without consent. In reality, the “victim” was a jilted ex-lover that was determined to ruin our client after he dumped her. Waddington traveled to England to fight the case along with ADC Captain Van Maasden.
The Government brought in numerous expert witnesses, investigators, and aggressive finance specialists to help prove their case.
Our client faced 60 years in prison and risked losing his retirement, which was worth over .5 million.
At the Article 32, we proved that the victim was flat out lying.
She lied about her consensual relationship with the accused, she lied about the dates of the relationship, and she lied about sending him numerous sexually explicit photographs of herself.
This evidence was crucial because it showed her numerous lies and proved that she simply wanted revenge on our client after he refused to continue their relationship. Together, we worked to preserve and collect as much evidence as possible.We do not guarantee a certain outcome, to do so violates the Rules of Professional Responsibility.In addition, the results of the case often depend on the facts, whether the client follows our advice and the stage of the proceeding at which our services are retained.He was accused of stealing, BAH/OHA fraud, dereliction of duty, and various other crimes and faced a maximum of 45 years, a dishonorable discharge. Waddington flew to England to fight the charges in front of an enlisted jury.It was a tough fight because the prosecution used our client’s wife’s text messages and Facebook posts against him.The accused needs the highest powered defense possible, even if they are innocent.Otherwise, their rights will be trampled and they may end up in jail.Supposedly, the “victim” was too stressed to make the trip alone.While the lawyers were preparing for the case, the “victim” was having a great time touring London and posting selfies of her laughing in front of historic sites such as Big Ben.Client was stationed in England and was receiving Overseas Housing Allowance (OHA).He was also receiving BAH for a home in Florida where his family was supposedly living. Meanwhile, the airman and his family were living in England.