Army QMP Results

Our Case Results

Below are summaries of cases that Attorneys Barry and Willard have worked on. Results cannot be guaranteed and each case’s results depend on its specific facts and circumstances. Contact us today for a free case consultation on your specific case!

 

Army QMP Case Results

January 2024 – The accused faced possible separation through the Army’s QMP process

Result: Retained 

The accused, a SSG, faced separation through the Army’s QMP process due to a permanently filed GOMOR for driving while intoxicated. Attorney Willard diligently worked with the accused to prepare a thorough QMP response for the Board, highlighting the significant extenuating and mitigating circumstances related to the accused’s case as well as the accused’s eleven-year Army career. Attorney Willard also assisted the accused with collecting mitigating evidence and various support letters in support of his retention in the Army. Ultimately, the accused was retained and allowed to continue his service.

January 2024 – The accused faced possible separation through the Army QMP process because of a GOMOR for counterproductive leadership and OPSEC violations

Result: Retained 

The accused, a SFC, faced separation from the Army through the Army's QMP process because of a GOMOR for counterproductive leadership and OPSEC violations.  Attorney Barry collected additional evidence that was not presented to the GOMOR filing authority, as well as additional letters of support.  Ultimately, the accused was retained and allowed to continue to serve.

October 2023 – The accused faced possible separation through the Army QMP process based on a DUI while on an electric scooter in Europe in June 2022.

Result: Retained 

The accused, a SFC with over fourteen years of service, faced separation through the Army’s QMP process due to a permanently filed GOMOR. The misconduct related to the GOMOR involved a DUI the accused received in June 2022 for operating an electric scooter in Europe after drinking alcohol. Attorney Willard thoroughly investigated the accused’s case and effectively assisted him with his QMP response. Attorney Willard also helped gather supporting documents and highlighted the accused’s overall military career, as well as the extenuating and mitigating circumstances related to the accused’s case. The accused was retained and allowed to continue his career.

July 2023 – The accused faced possible separation through the Army’s QMP process

Result: Retained 

The accused, a SSG, faced separation through the Army’s QMP process due to a relief for cause NCOER. The misconduct in question related an accusation of obstruction of justice for encouraging another NCO to lie during an AR 15-6 investigation. Attorney Willard worked with the accused to prepare a thorough QMP response, highlighting the extenuating and mitigating circumstances related to the accused’s case as well as his nearly fifteen-year Army career. Attorney Willard also assisted the accused in collecting various support letters from his command and fellow Soldiers who supported the accused’s retention on active duty. The accused was retained and allowed to continue his service.

May 2023: The accused faced possible separation through the Army QMP process based on a GOMOR filed in his AMHRR

Result: Retained 

The accused, a non-retirement eligible SFC, faced separation through the Army QMP. Attorney Barry drafted the accused's matters to the Board, highlighting that the initial complainant had made numerous inconsistent statements and had actually recanted her initial allegations.  The accused was retained despite being accused of domestic/dating violence.

May 2023: The accused faced possible separation through the Army QMP process based on an Article 15 filed in his AMHRR

Result: Retained 

The accused, a non-retirement eligible SFC, faced separation through the Army QMP. Attorney Barry assisted the accused in collecting additional evidence and drafted his response for him.  Despite the serious nature of the allegations (a DUI), the accused was retained in the Army.

January 2023: The accused faced possible separation through the Army QMP process based on a GOMOR in his OMPF

Result: Retained 

The accused, a non-retirement eligible MSG, faced separation through the Army’s QMP process due to a permanently filed GOMOR. The misconduct related to his alleged failure to properly address sexual harassment occurring in his detachment. Attorney Barry drafted the accused's matters to the QMP Board, including numerous letters of support, which highlighted that the accused acted appropriately and did a great deal to support SHARP program while he was the detachment NCOIC.  The accused was retained.

January 2023: The accused faced possible separation through the Army QMP process based on a GOMOR in his OMPF

Result: Retained 

The accused, a SSG, faced review under the QMP process because of a GOMOR in his OMPF. The allegations related to an alleged domestic violence incident. Attorney Barry drafted the accused's matters, highlighting the lack of physical injuries on the alleged victim, the inconsistency in reporting what happened, and that witnesses refuted the allegations. Furthermore, Attorney Barry assisted the accused in gathering support from his chain of command. Ultimately, he was retained by the QMP Board.

October 2022: The accused faced possible separation through the Army QMP process based on a DUI from August 2019

Result: Retained 

The accused, a SSG with over fifteen years of service, faced separation through the Army’s QMP process due to a permanently filed GOMOR. The misconduct related to a DUI the accused received back in August 2019.  Attorney Willard effectively assisted the accused with his QMP response, gathered supporting documents, and highlighted the accused’s lengthy military career, as well as the extenuating and mitigating circumstances involved in the sole offense in the accused’s case.  The accused was retained and allowed to continue his career

September 2022: The accused faced possible separation through the Army QMP process

Result: Retained 

The accused, a SFC, faced separation through the Army’s QMP process due to a permanently filed GOMOR. The misconduct related to an accusation of having an inappropriate relationship with a student-Soldier and for allegedly making disparaging remarks about fellow cadre members.  Attorney Willard assisted the accused with his QMP rebuttal, highlighting the mitigating circumstances involved with the accusations against the accused, as well as the accused’s otherwise honorable military career and support from his chain of command.  The accused was retained and allowed to continue his service.

September 2022: The accused faced possible separation through the Army QMP process

Result: Retained 

The accused, a SSG, faced separation through the Army’s QMP process due to a permanently filed Article 15. The misconduct related to an accusation of violating of a lawful general order for entering an establishment that primarily served alcohol during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Attorney Willard assisted the accused with his QMP response, gathered supporting documents, and highlighted the accused’s lengthy military career, as well as the extenuating and mitigating circumstances involved in the accused’s case.  Attorney Willard also worked with the accused to collect nearly two dozen letters in support of the accused’s retention, and the accused was retained.

September 2022: The accused faced possible separation through the Army QMP process

Result: Retained 

The accused, a SSG, faced separation through the Army’s QMP process due to a permanently filed GOMOR. The misconduct related to an accusation of having an inappropriate relationship with a Commissioned Officer, an allegation the accused had always denied.  Attorney Willard assisted the accused with his QMP response, gathered supporting documentation, and helped highlight the actual facts and circumstances of the allegation, as well as the accused’s lengthy military career.  Attorney Willard also worked with the accused to collect numerous letters of support from the accused’s command, including his senior leadership.  The accused was retained and allowed to continue his service.

September 2022: The accused faced possible separation through the Army QMP process

Result: Retained 

The accused, a SFC, faced separation through the Army’s QMP process due to a permanently filed Article 15 relating to alleged sexual harassment and an inappropriate relationship.  Attorney Barry assisted the accused with his rebuttal, highlighting the mitigating nature of his conduct, his pure intentions, his otherwise impressive career, and support from his chain of command. He was retained.

September 2022: The accused faced possible separation through the Army QMP process

Result: Retained 

The accused, a SFC, faced separation through the Army’s QMP process due to a permanently filed Article 15 and Referred NCOER, both relating to violations of the Army's Equal Opportunity Program.  Attorney Barry assisted the accused with his QMP response, focusing on the mitigating nature of the EO violations, his commendable conduct afterwards, and support from his current chain of command. He was retained.

September 2022: The accused faced possible separation through the Army QMP process

Result: Retained 

The accused, a SSG, faced separation through the Army’s QMP process due to a permanently filed GOMOR relating to a DUI arrest.  Attorney Barry assisted the accused in submitting her response to the QMP Board, focusing on the mitigating nature of the DUI, her efforts to seek treatment, and proof of her sobriety.  She was retained.

March 2022: The accused faced possible separation through the Army QMP process

Result: Retained 

The accused, a SSG, faced separation through the Army’s QMP process due to a permanently filed Article 15. The misconduct related to an accusation of violating of a lawful general order for allegedly making disparaging remarks about a Soldier’s religion.  Attorney Willard assisted the accused with his QMP response, gathered supporting documents, and helped highlight the accused’s lengthy military career as well as the extenuating and mitigating circumstances in the accused’s case.  Attorney Willard also worked with the accused to collect numerous letters of support from senior leaders, including the command team who issued the Article 15 in the accused’s case.  The accused was retained and allowed to continue his service.

March 2022: The accused was being considered for separation through the Army QMP Board

Result: Retained and Medically Retired

The accused, a SSG, was being considered for separation through the Army QMP process. Attorney Barry assisted the accused with drafting her rebuttal, collecting letters, and providing mitigation/extenuation.  The accused was not only retained at the QMP Board, but also was medically retired at a higher rank.

March 2022: The accused was being considered for separation through the Army QMP Board

Result: Retained

The accused, a SSG, was being considered for separation through the Army QMP process. Attorney Barry assisted the accused with drafting his rebuttal, collecting letters, providing mitigation/extenuation, and explaining a legal error in the underlying Article 15.  The accused was retained and allowed to continue his Army career.

January 2022: the accused faced elimination through the Army QMP Process

Result: Retained

The accused faced elimination through the Army QMP Process because of an article 15. The misconduct in question related to accusations of extramarital sexual conduct (adultery) and violation of a lawful general order.  Attorney Willard assisted the accused with his QMP response, highlighting the accused's lengthy military career as well as the extenuating and mitigating circumstances in the accused's case.  Attorney Willard also worked with the accused to collect numerous letters of support from other senior leaders, including the command team who issued the accused the Article 15.  The accused was retained and allowed to continue his active duty service.

January 2022: the accused faced elimination through the Army QMP Process

Result: Retained

The accused faced elimination through the Army QMP Process because of a GOMOR. The misconduct in question was being drunk on duty.  Attorney Barry assisted the accused in his QMP rebuttal, highlighting the mitigating and extenuating circumstances to the misconduct itself. Attorney Barry also assisted the accused in collecting letters of support.  Ultimately, the accused was retained.

January 2022: the accused faced elimination through the Army QMP Process

Result: Retained

The accused faced elimination through the Army QMP Process because of an Article 15 in his AMHRR for multiple violations of Article 92.  The misconduct in question was the unauthorized habitation of a barracks room and failure to obey a lawful order to leave the barracks.  Attorney Barry assisted the accused in gathering numerous letters of support and written matters for the board, explaining mitigating circumstances surrounding the misconduct in question.  Ultimately, the accused was retained.

January 2022: the accused faced elimination through the Army QMP Process

Result: Retained to complete Medical Evaluation Board

The accused faced elimination through the Army QMP Process because of a letter of reprimand in his AMHRR for sexual harassment.  Attorney Barry advocated for the accused to PCS and start the IDES process, due to the severity of his medical conditions. The accused was assigned to a warrior transition unit and will be allowed to medically retire upon the completion of the IDES process.

January 2022: The accused faced elimination through the Army QMP Process

Result: Retained

The accused faced elimination through the Army QMP process for an Article 15 in his AMHRR.  The Article 15 was for multiple violations of the Army EO Policy.  Attorney Barry assisted the accused in gathering letters of support and drafted lengthy matters discussing not only the misconduct at hand, but his career and conduct since the incidents in question.  Ultimately the accused was retained.

March 2021: HRC considered separating the accused through the Army QMP

Result: Retained

The accused, a senior SFC, was notified that she was being considered for separation because of a GOMOR that was filed in her OMPF.  Attorney Barry assisted her with her response, gathered statements that contradicted the GOMOR, and wrote a legal rebuttal.  Ultimately, HRC agreed with Attorney Barry, and retained her so she could continue with her otherwise stellar career.