...and was found Not Guilty.Probably not involved with the OP. Just for information......
My advice is simply that he should get proper, qualified legal representation from a Naval Barrister if he wishes to contest the charge. His Divisional Officer will have advised him of his options and he will have had the options fully explained to him.Can anyone give me advice,my son has completed faze 2 training but just prior to completion he was accused of bullying a 17 year old,a charge he vehemently denies,if he is found guilty he faces discharge,is there anything he can do?
If he has already been told he will be discharged and may re-apply in two years then that indicates he has either been found guilty as charged due to the evidence provided or admitted guilt and accepted the penalty.The captain has already made his mind up, but my son is fighting it ,if he does get discharged he has been told he can go back in two years,surely this indicates a lack of evidence.
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