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adultery and the UCMJ

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I'm in mi, "a no fault divorce state" but husband is in the military, has committed adultery at least twice, command has no pictures of he and female in unit, so no more investigation, other woman willing to come foreward and admit to sleeping with husband in 1999, we were married and living together, he lied to her and me. I'm looking for someone that will not give me the "clinton did it" answer, he's a politician, and the ucmj is very specific pertaining to the military. command here doesn't even want to talk with other woman, said it was a long time ago,-adultery is adultery, period, according to the ucmj and other states. is there anyone out there that is willing to uphold the rules, and stop saying that it's ok now that the former pres. did it?????



Yes you will need a private military law attorney to raise some heck for you. http://www.attorneypages.com

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