The verdicts, sorted by judicial circuit:

First Judicial Circuit

  • On March 3 at a general court-martial at Fort Drum, New York, Sgt. Michael W. Nussbaum was acquitted by a military panel consisting of officer members of two specifications of negligent homicide.
  • On March 10 at a general court-martial at Fort Campbell, Kentucky, Staff Sgt. David L. Garman was convicted by a military judge, contrary to his pleas, of one specification of possession of child pornography and one specification of distribution of child pornography. The military judge sentenced the accused to be reduced to the grade of E-1, to forfeit all pay and allowances, to be confined for four years, and to a dishonorable discharge.
  • On March 17 at a general court-martial at Fort Belvoir, Virginia, Sgt. Matthew B. Jenkins was acquitted by a military judge of one specification of violation of a lawful general regulation, three specifications of sexual assault, one specification of forcible sodomy, one specification of assault consummated by a battery and one specification of kidnapping.
  • On March 20 at a special court-martial at Fort McNair, Washington, D.C., Sgt. Michael E. Paradiso was convicted by a military judge, pursuant to his pleas, of seven specifications of larceny. The military judge sentenced the accused to be reduced to the grade of E-1, to be confined for four months and to a bad-conduct discharge.
  • On March 24 at a general court-martial at Fort Campbell, Chief Warrant Officer 2 Larry G. Piper II was convicted by a military judge of one specification of abusive sexual contact and three specifications of sexual assault. The military judge sentenced the accused to be confined for five years and to be dismissed from the service.
  • On March 27 at a general court-martial at Fort Knox, Kentucky, Pvt. David Montoya was convicted by a military judge of two specifications of willfully disobeying a superior commissioned officer and four specifications of sexual assault. The military judge sentenced the accused to be reduced to the grade of E-1, to be confined for 33 months and to a dishonorable discharge.
  • On March 30 at a special court-martial at Fort McNair, Pvt. Anthony M. Alvarez was convicted by a military judge, pursuant to his pleas, of four specifications of larceny. The military judge sentenced the accused to be confined for 100 days and to a bad-conduct discharge.

Second Judicial Circuit

  • On March 2 at a general court-martial at Fort Benning, Georgia, Pfc. Brice A. Moore was convicted by a military judge of three specifications of sexual assault and one specification of assault. The military judge sentenced the accused to a bad-conduct discharge.
  • On March 6 at a special court-martial at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, Spc. Leon D. Levine was convicted by a military judge of three specifications of assault. The military judge sentenced the accused to be reduced to the grade of E-1 and to be confined for four months.
  • On March 10 at a special court-martial at Fort Benning, Sgt. Tamika L. Moye was convicted by a military judge of one specification of disrespect toward a superior commissioned officer, one specification of willfully disobeying a superior commissioned officer and three specifications of wrongful use of a controlled substance. The military judge sentenced the accused to be reduced to the grade of E-1, to be confined for 179 days and to a bad-conduct discharge.
  • On March 11 at a general court-martial at Fort Stewart, Georgia, Sgt. 1st Class Ramont A. Oliver was acquitted by a military judge of four specifications of sexual assault.
  • On March 11 at a special court-martial at Fort Bragg, Pfc. Isai Varelasalas was convicted by a military judge, pursuant to his plea, of one specification of absence without leave. The military judge sentenced the accused to be reduced to the grade of E-1, to be confined for three months and to a bad-conduct discharge.
  • On March 12 at a general court-martial at Fort Benning, Spc. Ian T. Miller was convicted by a military judge of two specifications of sexual abuse of a child. The military judge sentenced the accused to be reduced to the grade of E-1, to be confined for 20 months and to a bad-conduct discharge.
  • On March 16 at a general court-martial at Fort Benning, Pvt. Sean D. Thomas was convicted by a military judge of two specifications of sexual abuse of a child, one specification of wrongful solicitation to produce child pornography, one specification of wrongful solicitation to distribute child pornography and one specification of wrongful receipt of child pornography. The military judge sentenced the accused to be confined for 10 months and to a bad-conduct discharge.
  • On March 18 at a special court-martial at Fort Gordon, Georgia, Pvt. Jasmine S. Hercules was convicted by a military judge of one specification of desertion. The military judge sentenced the accused to be confined for five months and to a bad-conduct discharge.
  • On March 19 at a special court-martial at Fort Bragg, Spc. Brandon R. Oversby was convicted by a military judge of one specification of child endangerment. The accused was acquitted of six specifications of child endangerment. The military judge sentenced the accused to be reduced to the grade of E-3 and to serve 60 days of hard labor without confinement.
  • On March 20 at a general court-martial at Fort Bragg, Pvt. Darian J. Perry was acquitted by a military judge of one specification of sexual assault, one specification of forcible sodomy and one specification of assault.
  • On March 25 at a general-court-martial at Fort Benning, Sgt. Anthony T. Williams was convicted by a military judge of one specification of failure to obey a lawful general regulation, one specification of cruelty and maltreatment, one specification of false official statement and one specification of assault. The military judge sentenced the accused to be reduced to the grade of E-1 and to a bad-conduct discharge.
  • On March 26 at a special court-martial at Fort Benning, Pfc. Timothy M. Tetreault was convicted by a military judge of nine specifications of absence without leave, one specification of willfully disobeying a superior commissioned officer, two specifications of failure to obey a lawful order or regulation and four specifications of wrongful use or possession of a controlled substance. The military judge sentenced the accused to be reduced to the grade of E-1, to be confined for three months and to a bad-conduct discharge.
  • On March 30 at a general court-martial at Fort Benning, Sgt. Andrew J. Franks was convicted by a military judge of two specifications of failure to obey a lawful order or regulation and one specification of adultery. The military judge sentenced the accused to be reduced to the grade of E-3.
  • On March 31 at a general court-martial at Fort Bragg, Pvt. Marcus L. Pretlow was convicted by a military judge of one specification of disrespect toward a superior commissioned officer, two specifications of willfully disobeying a superior commissioned officer, one specification of willfully disobeying a noncommissioned officer, four specifications of assault, one specification of breaking restriction and one specification of communicating a threat. The accused was acquitted of one specification of willfully disobeying a noncommissioned officer. The military judge sentenced the accused to be confined for 18 months and to a bad-conduct discharge.

Third Judicial Circuit

  • On March 2 at a general court-martial at Fort Hood, Texas, Staff Sgt. Ryan O. Anderson was convicted by a military judge, pursuant to his pleas, of one specification of conspiracy to commit larceny, one specification of violating a lawful regulation and one specification of maltreatment. The military judge sentenced the accused to be reduced to the grade of E-1, to be confined for 45 days and to a bad-conduct discharge.
  • On March 3 at a general court-martial at Fort Hood, Sgt. Isaac L. Haywood was convicted by a military judge, pursuant to his pleas, of one specification of desertion, one specification of drunken operation of a vehicle, and two specifications of negligent homicide. The military judge sentenced the accused to be reduced to the grade of E-1, to be confined for 33 months and to a dishonorable discharge.
  • On March 6 at a general court-martial at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, Pvt. Willie R. Rawls was convicted by a military judge, pursuant to his pleas, of two specifications of disrespect toward a noncommissioned officer, two specifications of indecent exposure, two specifications of assault upon a sentinel and one specification of communicating a threat. The military judge sentenced the accused to be confined for seven months and to a bad-conduct discharge.
  • On March 11 at a general court-martial at Fort Riley, Kansas, Pvt. Julian A. Sanchez was convicted by a military judge of one specification of sexual assault, one specification of forcible sodomy and four specifications of assault. The military judge sentenced the accused to be reduced to the grade of E-1, to be confined for 66 months and to a dishonorable discharge.
  • On March 11 at a general court-martial at Fort Hood, Sgt. 1st Class Lawson L. Ho-Shing was convicted by a military panel consisting of officer members of three specifications of assault consummated by a battery and two specifications of communicating a threat. The members sentenced the accused to be reduced to the grade of E-1, to forfeit all pay and allowances, to be confined for 12 months, and to a bad-conduct discharge.
  • On March 12 at a general court-martial at Fort Hood, Pfc. Shawn S. Keen was convicted by a military judge of two specifications of sexual assault and two specifications of assault. The military judge sentenced the accused to be reduced to the grade of E-1, to be confined for one year and nine months, and to a dishonorable discharge.
  • On March 12 at a general court-martial at Fort Hood, Sgt. 1st Class Gregory L. McQueen was convicted by a military judge, pursuant to his pleas, of four specifications of attempt to pander, one specification of conspiracy to patronize a prostitute, two specifications of conspiracy to solicit a prostitute, two specifications of failure to obey a lawful regulation, one specification of dereliction of duty, two specifications of cruelty and maltreatment, one specification of adultery and two specifications of pandering and prostitution. The accused was convicted, contrary to his plea, of one specification of assault. The military judge sentenced the accused to be reduced to the grade of E-1, to be confined for 24 months and to a dishonorable discharge.
  • On March 12 at a general court-martial at Fort Polk, Louisiana, Capt. Robert T. Palms was acquitted by a military judge of one specification of cruelty and maltreatment and six specifications of conduct unbecoming an officer and a gentleman.
  • On March 16 at a general court-martial at Fort Hood, Spc. Christopher W. Carpe was convicted by a military judge of one specification of false official statement, one specification of wrongful appropriation and one specification of forgery. The military judge sentenced the accused to be reduced to the grade of E-1 and to be confined for 45 days.
  • On March 17 at a general court-martial at Fort Hood, Spc. Christian A. Fuller was acquitted by a military judge of sexual assault.
  • On March 18 at a general court-martial at Fort Hood, Pvt. Ojay R. Woods Jr. was convicted by a military judge, pursuant to his pleas, of one specification of desertion and one specification of perjury. The military judge sentenced the accused to be confined for four months and to a bad-conduct discharge.
  • On March 23 at a special court-martial at Fort Hood, Sgt. Andrew D. Griffith was convicted by a military judge of one specification of conspiracy and one specification of wrongful use of a controlled substance. The military judge sentenced the accused to be reduced to the grade of E-1, to be confined for three months and to a bad-conduct discharge.
  • On March 23 at a general court-martial at Fort Hood, Spc. Rodie S. McDonald-Green was convicted by a military judge, pursuant to her pleas, of one specification of attempted larceny, one specification of willful dereliction of duty, two specifications of larceny of private property in excess of $500, three specifications of federal identity theft and three specifications of federal wire fraud. The military judge sentenced the accused to be reduced to the grade of E-1 and to be confined for 23 days.
  • On March 25 at a general court-martial at Fort Polk, Pfc. Mitchell L. Brantley was convicted by a military panel consisting of officer and enlisted members of one specification of abusive sexual contact. The members sentenced the accused to be reduced to the grade of E-1, to be confined for 90 days and to a bad-conduct discharge.
  • On March 25 at a general court-martial at Fort Sam Houston, Texas, Spc. Avery L. Mose was convicted by a military judge, contrary to his plea, of one specification of assault consummated by a battery. The accused was acquitted of one specification of assault consummated by a battery and three specifications of aggravated assault. The military judge sentenced the accused to be reduced to the grade of E-2 and to be confined for seven days.
  • On March 26 at a special court-martial at Fort Hood, Spc. Joshua T. Borowski was acquitted by a military judge of one specification of conspiracy and seven specifications of assault.
  • On March 27 at a general court-martial at Fort Hood, Pvt. Anthony M. Bodoh was convicted by a military panel consisting of officer members of one specification of sexual assault and one specification of assault. The members sentenced the accused to be reduced to the grade of E-1, to forfeit $1,546.80 pay per month for 60 months, to be confined for 60 months and to a bad-conduct discharge.
  • On March 27 at a general court-martial at Fort Hood, 1st Lt. James D. Holeman was convicted by a military judge, pursuant to his pleas, of one specification of false official statement, one specification of conduct unbecoming an officer and a gentleman, one specification of adultery, and one specification of fraternization The military judge sentenced the accused to be confined for 37 days and to be dismissed from the service.
  • On March 27 at a general court-martial at Fort Riley, Sgt. Jason D. Smith was convicted by a military judge of two specifications of sexual abuse of a child under the age of 16. The military judge sentenced the accused to be reduced to the grade of E-1, to perform hard labor without confinement for 90 days and to a bad-conduct discharge.
  • On March 31 at a general court-martial at Fort Sam Houston, Spc. Michael W. Rhoades Jr. was convicted by a military judge of one specification of aggravated assault. The accused was acquitted of three specifications of failure to go to his appointed place of duty and three specifications of assault consummated by a battery. The military judge sentenced the accused to be reduced to the grade of E-1, to be confined for 18 months and to a bad-conduct discharge.

Fourth Judicial Circuit

  • On March 3 at a general court-martial at Fort Irwin, California, Pfc. Christopher M. Ramos was convicted by a military panel consisting of officer and enlisted members of four specifications of failure to go to his appointed place of duty. The members sentenced the accused to be reduced to the grade of E-1.
  • On March 4 at a general court-martial at Fort Wainwright, Alaska, Spc. Brando Lugo was convicted by a military judge, pursuant to his pleas, of one specification of desertion and one specification of sexual assault. The military judge sentenced the accused to be reduced to the grade of E-1, to be confined for 24 months and to a bad-conduct discharge.
  • On March 5 at a special court-martial at Fort Wainwright, Pvt. Shareef S. Abdullah was convicted by a military judge, pursuant to his pleas, of one specification of wrongful use of marijuana and two specifications of wrongful use of cocaine. The military judge sentenced the accused to be confined for 60 days and to a bad-conduct discharge.
  • On March 9 at a special court-martial at Fort Bliss, Texas, Sgt. Rashean J. Oliver was convicted by a military judge of one specification of larceny and one specification of fraud. The military judge sentenced the accused to be reduced to the grade of E-3 and to be confined for three months.
  • On March 12 at a general court-martial at Fort Bliss, Pvt. Johnny Bigmedicine was convicted by a military judge of four specifications of abusive sexual contact, one specification of rape, one specification of sexual assault and one specification of indecent viewing. The military judge sentenced the accused to be reduced to the grade of E-1, to forfeit all pay and allowances, to be confined for 13 years, and to a dishonorable discharge.
  • On March 12 at a general court -martial at Wheeler Army Airfield, Hawaii, Sgt. Bianca L. Koth was convicted by a military panel consisting of officer and enlisted members of one specification of assault consummated by a battery on a child under 16 and one specification of child endangerment. The members sentenced the accused to forfeit all pay and allowances, to be confined for three months, and to a bad-conduct discharge.
  • On March 12 at a general court-martial at Camp Zama, Japan, Sgt. Eric W. Porteous was convicted by a military judge, pursuant to his pleas, of one specification of assault consummated by a battery and one specification of drunk and disorderly conduct. The accused was acquitted by a military panel consisting of officer and enlisted members of aggravated assault. The members sentenced the accused to be reduced to the grade of E-1 and confined for 135 days.
  • On March 16 at a general court-martial at Fort Bliss, Pfc. Kevin V. Morton was convicted by a military judge of one specification of dereliction of duty, one specification of false official statement, one specification of assault consummated by a battery and one specification of unlawful entry. The military judge sentenced the accused to be reduced to the grade of E-1, to be confined for six months and to a bad-conduct discharge.
  • On March 17 at a general court-martial at Wheeler Army Airfield, Spc. William A. Sisk was convicted by a military judge of one specification of larceny of military property of a value of more than $500. A military panel consisting of officer and enlisted members sentenced the accused to be reduced to the grade of E-1, to forfeit all pay and allowances, to be confined for eight months, and to a bad-conduct discharge.
  • On March 19 at a general court-martial at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington, Staff Sgt. Shawn E. Earle was convicted by a military panel of one specification of violation of a lawful general order, six specifications of wrongful disposition of military property, six specifications of larceny of military property of a value of more than $500 and one specification of dishonorably failing to pay a debt. The members sentenced the accused to be confined for 11 years and to a dishonorable discharge.
  • On March 19 at a general court-martial at Camp Humphreys, South Korea, Master Sgt. Robela L. Jamison was convicted by a military judge of three specifications of assault consummated by battery and one specification of dishonorably failing to pay a debt. The military judge sentenced the accused to be reduced to the grade of E-7 and to be confined for 75 days.
  • On March 19 at a special court-martial at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Staff Sgt. Nija D. Jones was convicted by a military judge, contrary to her pleas, of two specifications of failure to obey a lawful general order, one specification of violation of a lawful general regulation and one specification of wrongful use of methamphetamine. The military judge sentenced the accused to be reduced to the grade of E-1, to be confined for eight months and to a bad-conduct discharge.
  • On March 19 at a general court-martial at Fort Wainwright, Sgt. Allan J. Rowden was acquitted by a military panel consisting of officer members of two specifications of sexual abuse of a child.
  • On March 20 at a special court-martial at Fort Bliss, Sgt. Tanner C. Buckley was convicted by a military judge of two specifications of absence without leave and two specifications of failure to obey a lawful general order. The military judge sentenced the accused to be reduced to the grade of E-1, to be confined for 63 days and to a bad-conduct discharge.
  • On March 20 at a general court-martial at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, Chief Warrant Officer 3 Donell E. Davis was convicted by military judge, pursuant to his pleas, of one specification of willfully disobeying a superior commissioned officer, one specification of failure to obey a lawful general order, one specification of wrongful use of heroin and two specifications of larceny. The military judge sentenced the accused to be reprimanded, to forfeit $500 pay per month for 12 months and to be confined for 70 days.
  • On March 24 at a general court-martial at Army Garrison Yongsan, South Korea, Capt. Ki Young Chung was convicted by a military judge, pursuant to his pleas, of one specification of false official statement, one specification of wrongful possession of a controlled substance, and eight specifications of soliciting another to commit an offense. A military panel consisting of officer members sentenced the accused to be confined for two years and to be dismissed from the service.
  • On March 26 at a special court-martial at Camp Casey, South Korea, Pvt. David M. Tompkins was convicted by military judge, pursuant to his pleas, of two specifications of assault consummated by battery. The military judge sentenced the accused to be confined for four months and to a bad-conduct discharge.
  • On March 27 at a general court-martial at Fort Irwin, Sgt. Zachary Haussmann was convicted by a military panel consisting of officer members of one specification of willfully disobeying a lawful order from a noncommissioned officer. The members sentenced the accused to be reduced to the grade of E-4 and to forfeit $500 pay per month for three months.
  • On March 27 at a special court-martial at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Sgt. 1st Class Daniel M. Osborn was acquitted by a military panel consisting of officer and enlisted members of five specifications of assault.
  • On March 30 at a general court-martial at Okinawa, Japan, Staff Sgt. Weston K. Davis was convicted by a military judge of one specification of damage to nonmilitary property, one specification of assault, one specification of communicating a threat and one specification of reckless endangerment. The military judge sentenced the accused to be reduced to the grade of E-1, to be confined for four months and to a bad-conduct discharge.

Fifth Judicial Circuit

  • On March 12 at a general court-martial at Kaiserslautern, Germany, Staff Sgt. Jamie S. Dowse was convicted by a military judge of conspiracy and burning with intent to defraud. The military judge sentenced the accused to be confined for 13 months and to a bad-conduct discharge.
  • On March 18 at a general court-martial at Wiesbaden, Germany, Sgt. 1st Class Kerry D. Rawls was convicted by a military judge of two specifications of drunk or reckless operation of a vehicle and one specification of drunk and disorderly conduct. The military judge sentenced the accused to be reduced to the grade of E-4 and to be confined for 12 months.
  • On March 26 at a general court-martial at Kaiserslautern, Sgt. Thomas L. Humburd was convicted by a military judge of one specification of aggravated sexual contact with a child, two specifications of sexual abuse of a child and one specification of child endangerment. The military judge sentence the accused to be confined for seven years and to a dishonorable discharge.
  • On March 30 at a general court-martial at Vilseck, Germany, Pvt. Liban H. Abdirahman was convicted by military judge of one specification of absence without leave, one specification of assaulting a noncommissioned officer, two specifications of disrespect toward a noncommissioned officer, two specifications of violation of a lawful general regulation, three specifications of assault consummated by a battery and one specification of disorderly conduct. The military judge sentenced the accused to be confined for four months and to a bad-conduct discharge.