Legal Question in Military Law in District of Columbia

Is it possible to receive an honorable discharge after a special court martial conviction?

Asked on 8/16/11, 5:51 pm

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The short answer is yes. A Soldier who receives a courts martial conviction without a punitive discharge generally can only receive no worse than a General Discharge. Honorable discharges are not only possible, but quite common.

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Answered on 8/17/11, 3:28 am


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