Claims and Appeals for the Military Correctional Review Boards
CAV specializes in the following domains of claims and appeals before the BCMR’s: Preparation, Presentation, and Prosecution.
The BCMR’s provide you with the opportunity to correct errors in your military records, as well as upgrade the level of your military service discharge rating, should the cause fit the clemency guidelines. Unfortunately, if you were charged with a court-martial, there is no way to overturn this ruling.
The Review Boards for each branch of service operate differently, but all provide servicemembers and Veterans with the following opportunities:
- Reviewing and changing the decision of a DRB regarding a discharge;
- Reviewing and changing discharges, including Bad Conduct Discharges or Dishonorable Discharges and/or Dismissals, resulting from General Courts-martial;
- Changing or reducing discharges to/from medical/disability retirement, enabling a VA pension;
- Changing reenlistment (RE) codes;
- Eliminating disciplinary actions (fines, reductions in rank, etc.);
- Removing bad performance evaluations, counseling entries, etc.;
- Reinstating servicemember; and
- Making other changes to personnel records.
Experience you can count on.
You might only have one chance to have your case heard. It's paramount to ensure you are fully prepared. This is why partnering with CAV is beneficial.
CAV has vast experience in working with the BCMRs. We represent your case with the greatest care. We will walk you through each step of the process and work with you to create the best strategy for success.
If you would like to know more about how claims and appeals work for the Military Correctional Review Boards, or you want to hire CAV for your case, please contact us today.
WHO WE SERVE
We work both domestically and internationally to serve Veterans, servicemembers, and their respective dependents; and, organizations that care for them.
We provide professional, knowledgeable, and compassionate consultation for members of the American Veteran Community and American Military Community, both domestically and internationally. We also consult individuals and organizational entities that currently serving in the U.S. Armed Forces. We do not discriminate based on the branch of service or in which era you served in.