MJA is proud to announce a recent victory at the Board for Correction of Naval Records (BCNR). Our client, a former enlisted Sailor who was discharged from the Navy in 1987 for a pattern of misconduct, spent over 30 years with an other than honorable (OTH) characterization of service on his record. After repeatedly being denied VA healthcare treatment because his discharge was not under honorable conditions, the Veteran retained MJA. MJA filed a petition with the BCNR arguing that the discharge and characterization of service were improper and inequitable based on the totality of the circumstances and the governing service regulations. The Board agreed and awarded the Veteran an honorable discharge. Congratulations to this well-deserving client!
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