Other Adverse Actions

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Service members may face any number of adverse actions based on alleged misconduct that does not warrant a court-martial in the eyes of command and servicing legal staff. Some of those adverse actions include:

  • Non-judicial Punishment under Article 15, Uniform Code of Military Justice
  • General Officer Memorandums of Reprimand
  • Flying Evaluation Boards
  • Negative performance reports/evaluations, and
  • Other written admonishments.

Adverse Actions Military Lawyer

The more senior the service member, the more significant the consequences associated with these adverse actions. Mr. Berens has significant experience advising commanders of their options in this arena. Therefore, Mr. Berens carries a unique skill set to help accused service members navigate the complexities of adverse actions.

Ratings and Reviews

Army Board of Inquiry – Warrant Officer Recommendation

Mike Berens accepted my case, he worked diligently to prepare and execute the case. He stayed in constant communication while leading up to the board and even after the board to ensure I was doing well. After the board was over he also ensured my appeal was reviewd prior to submission. I would recommend Mike Berens…

- (5 star review)

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