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Security Clearance Guideline B – Foreign Influence

Security Clearance Guideline B: Foreign Influence  The Security Adjudicative Guidelines (often referred to collectively as “The Guidelines”) are outlined in Security Executive Agent Directive 4 (SEAD 4). They have been adopted within the U.S. Government as the primary source for determining security clearance eligibility. Guideline B of the security clearance Guidelines specifically addresses concerns surrounding …

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How to Respond to a Statement of Reasons

Responding to a Security Clearance Statement of Reasons (SOR) handling security clearancecases since 2009 A Statement of Reasons (SOR) is a document informing a security clearance applicant or holder that a preliminary decision has been made to deny or revoke a security clearance. This Article focuses heavily on Department of Defense (DoD) contractor Industrial Security …

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DNA Evidence in Criminal and Military Cases

In this video, Attorney Patrick Korody, former Navy JAG who currently practices criminal defense and military defense, discusses how DNA Evidence is used in criminal and military cases.  DNA evidence is often admitted during state, federal, and military trials to prove crimes were committed by the defendant.  DNA evidence has been a very large part …

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Enlisted Administrative Separation Lawyer

How to FightEnlisted Administrative Separation what is an enlisted administrative separation board? An enlisted administrative separation board (also called a chapter board or adsep hearing) is a formal legal proceeding where a hearing panel of three members determines whether the military member should be separated from the military service. The board normally takes place in …

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Military Protective Orders and Military No Contact Orders

10 U.S. Code § 1567a is titled “Mandatory notification of issuance of military protective order to civilian law enforcement.” This provision was enacted as part of the 2019 National Defense Authorization Act in response to reports that civilian law enforcement were unaware of and could not enforce military protective orders (MPOs) issued by military commanders.  …

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