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Military Law Matters

Arm yourself with knowledge, know your rights, and avoid becoming a victim of injustice.

The Military Law Matters podcast empowers you to take charge of legal issues you are facing, from court-martial charges to divorce proceedings and military pension division, to tips on how to fight your discharge or upgrade your discharge and what to do if you are facing an Officer Grade Determination.  Each episode will offer further insight into the world of military law. This program is geared toward the entire military community, regardless of status (active duty, reserve, guard, veteran or retiree), rank, or branch – this podcast is for all our nation’s heroes.

Oct 31, 2017

  • Episode 010:

            Interview of John Howley who is a trial lawyer in NYC.  John has extensive experience in labor and employment law. John talks about the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Act (USERRA) and explains why you need to know about USERRA if you are a reservist or national guard member...


Oct 24, 2017

  • Episode 009:

            Interview of Dana Jacobson, a retired USAF Reserve JAG who is the managing     partner of the Jacobson law firm.  As part of his practice, Dana has expertise in            estate planning and probate.  Many of Dana's clients are active duty and retired   military members.  Dana explains why...


Oct 17, 2017

  • Episode 008:

Interview of Mark Sullivan, a retired US Army Reserve JAG who practices family law and has decades of experience in family law and military pension division.  Military divorces are very complicated--you need to know the law and your rights. Mark goes over some very important concepts you will want to know...


Oct 10, 2017

  • Episode 07:

            Interview of David Younts, a former active duty USAF JAG and criminal lawyer   who represents military members.  Davis also a reserve USAF JAG. Davis discusses two courts-martial cases where he defended a soldier and an airman and delivered justice to his clients.  Don't miss this episode if...


Oct 4, 2017

  • Episode 06

            In this episode, I will discuss the Board for the Correction of Military Records or BCMR. The BCMR for each service has the authority to review and correct the personnel records of current and former members of the each military service.  Records include administrative discharges, reenlistment...