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Jordan, Attorney at Law, a military criminal defense attorney who serves active servicemen nationwide. Please be aware that your case result is not guaranteed.
The case results on the following pages are examples of cases that Mr. Jordan has won for his clients. To see how Mr. Jordan can help with your unique case matter, please contact him right away. Another female claimed sexual assault against client.
They had dated at one time and were close friends. Then, the accuser started dating someone else. One night the accuser and Client were drinking together.
Later on in the night they started playing around with each other…. The accuser claimed sexual assault because she felt guilty for cheating on her girlfriend. E-5 Assault with a firearm, failure to follow a lawful order, possession of a firearm in federal facilities.
This case suffered the spark of rumor and spread of a wildfire. There were no witnesses. The client was not seized with the weapon on him.
In the end, after several rounds of litigation, this case ended in an alternate disposition and all charges were dismissed against the Client. Client was originally charged with raping his ex-wife, and sexually assaulting 8 of his patients. The case was long, drawn out and contentious in all aspects.
Several forensic doctors, and a forensic psychologist were employed to analyze thousands of pages of medical records, veterans affairs records and mental health records.
In the end the Client prevailed.
When you look at a case like this, and you see the headline, Nine Alleged Victims…. Eight of his patients? We did not think that. Jordan and his team respected the process, respected the client, believed the client and prevailed in trial. That is what we do. More details about this case can be provided upon request.
As he was going through a very contentious divorce child custody proceeding, it came out that somehow his wife obtained his medical records. He reported this case to the proper military authorities and his wife was court-martialed. During the preliminary hearing, it came out that Client had video taped his soon to be ex-wife in the bathroom and whilst she was in the shower.
His intent did not matter to the chain of command. His intent only mattered to the Board of Inquiry. The defense successfully showed that the complaining witness in this case had been videoing confrontations between the two of them. So, the Client opted to set up a camera where they had several confrontations before.
He was protecting himself. Unfortunately, some of the video occurred when she was naked in the shower. The Defense also showed that he had a stellar enlisted career, and that he had served well as a Warrant Officer.
He had been on numerous deployments. The board found him not guilty of any wrong doing and opted to retain him. This case required some heavy lifting. Oddly enough, the easiest issue to resolve was the camel surfing.
The reason why it was easy was because our Client was the whistle blower on the whole mess. He immediately reported the unsafe acts he observed as well as what the other members of his unit were doing.Links on this page: International Treatment Guidelines Meta-Analyses Randomized Controlled Trauma Studies Non-Randomized Trauma Studies Adaptive Information Processing and EMDR Procedures.
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