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Sexual Assault (Article 120)
All Charges dismissed in Sexual Assault case at Andrews, Air Force Base, Maryland. Lt Col wrongfully accused of sexual assault was vindicated through careful and strategic investigation. We were able to uncover a clear pattern of lies and manipulation by a witness. Innocent man exonerated and a career saved.
All charges dropped in armed robbery case at Joint Base Elmendorf Richardson, Anchorage, Alaska. Attorney Younts’ adept use of pre-trial motions and independent investigation convinced the court that there was no evidence to support the fabricated allegations and an Army Specialist was cleared of all charges.
NCO wrongfully accused of false statements and larceny involving alleged BAH fraud was acquitted by an officer panel. Attorney Younts’ used the testimony of expert witnesses, in -depth knowledge of the Joint Travel Regulation, and a compelling closing argument to achieve complete victory for our client and his family.
Sexual Assault (Article 120)
Not Guilty verdict at Ramstien Air Base, Germany. Air Force Lieutenant Colonel acquitted of false allegation of sexual assault. During cross-examination by Attorney Younts the complaining witness admitted that she did not believe she had been sexually assaulted and felt forced into making the allegation by Air Force officials.
Dereliction of Duty
Female Army NCO was found not guilty of all charges related to alleged cruelty, maltreatment, and dereliction of duty. Attorney Younts’ successfully argued that our client was an outstanding NCO with high standards and the allegations stemmed from an attempt by Soldiers to hide their own substandard performance by making false claims of misconduct.
Child Sexual Assault
Full acquittal in alleged child sexual assault case at Joint Base San Antonio, Texas. Attorney Younts successfully proved the innocence of an E-6 who was wrongfully accused of molesting two girls. Attorney Younts left no stone unturned and discovered that the girls had fabricated the story based on the plot of a television show.
Army Major Retained
Attorney Younts successfully represented an Army Major facing a Board of Inquiry and the possible end of his career. Through relentless investigation and a thorough knowledge of Army Regulations attorney Younts was able to demonstrate that an allegation of misconduct was false. The result was a career saved.
Full Acquittal at Fort Bragg
An Army Specialist facing life in prison was fully acquitted of multiple charges including rape, sexual assault, and obstruction of justice. A combination of strategy, preparation, and courtroom advocacy resulted in the pre-trial dismissal of multiple charges and a finding of not guilty on all remaining charges.
Full Acquittal at Fort Hood
Army SGT found not guilty of all charges in a case involving allegations of drug abuse. Despite a positive urinalysis test, Attorney Younts’ in-depth understanding of military drug testing and forensic toxicology enabled the defense team to prove that the use was accidental. The result was a not guilty verdict and an NCO’s career was saved.
Full Acquittal at Scott AFB
Air Force Major found not guilty after wrongfully accused of making false official statements, fraternization and adultery. With a clear strategy & carefully prepared cross examination we achieved a not guilty verdict. After 2 years, our client finally had his day in court and was acquitted of ALL charges in less than 30 minutes of deliberation.
ROTC Cadet Retained
An ROTC Cadet falsely accused of illegal drug use was exonerated & will be commissioned as an officer in the U.S. Army. Facing disenrollment & loss of the opportunity to commission, the Cadet called Attorney Younts, who worked with one of the top forensic toxicologists in the U.S. to show that the negative drug test was falsely reported as positive.