The Army on Thursday released the results of 73 courts-martial that concluded in March. Names of soldiers found not guilty on all charges were not provided. The verdicts, sorted by judicial circuit:

First Judicial Circuit (Northeast and mid-Atlantic states)
Fort McNair, Washington, D.C., March 3:
Name:
2nd Lt. John W. Neighbors
Conviction: By a military panel composed of officer members, contrary to his plea, of one specification of assault consummated by battery.
Acquittal: A separate specification of assault consummated by battery.
Sentence: Reprimanded, restricted for 30 days, forfeit $3,740 pay per month for two months.

Fort McNair, March 4:
Name: 
Col. James C. Laughrey
Conviction: By a military judge, pursuant to his pleas, of one specification of aggravated sexual abuse of a child, four specifications of conduct unbecoming an officer and a gentleman, one specification of adultery, two specifications of wrongfully producing child pornography and two specifications of wrongfully possessing child pornography.
Sentence: Confined for eight years, dismissed from service.

Fort Campbell, Kentucky, March 4:
Name:
Spc. Malcolm R. Turner
Conviction: By a military panel composed of officer and enlisted members, contrary to his pleas, of one specification of attempted premeditated murder, one specification of conspiracy to commit premeditated murder, one specification of maiming and one specification of obstruction of justice.
Sentence: Reduced to the grade of E-1, forfeit all pay and allowances, confined for life without the eligibility of parole, dishonorable discharge.

Fort Knox, Kentucky, March 10:
Name:
Not provided (specialist)
Acquittal: By a military panel composed of officer and enlisted members of two specifications of sexual assault and one specification of assault consummated by battery.

Fort Lee, Virginia, March 11:
Name:
Pfc. Trevor M. Williams
Conviction: By a military judge, pursuant to his pleas, of one specification of failure to go to his appointed place of duty on diverse occasions and two specifications of wrongful use of marijuana. Contrary to his plea, the accused was convicted by a military judge of one specification of false official statement.
Acquittal: One specification violating a lawful order.
Sentence: Reduced to the grade of E-1, confined for five months, bad-conduct discharge.

Fort Meade, Maryland, March 17:
Name:
Spc. Jeffrey W. Thompson Jr.
Conviction: By a military judge, pursuant to his plea, of one specification of abusive sexual contact.
Sentence: Reduced to the grade of E-1, confined for 28 months, dishonorable discharge.

Fort Campbell, March 18:
Name:
Pvt. Kyle D. Kelley
Conviction: By a military judge, pursuant to his pleas, of three specifications of attempted sexual abuse of a child and one specification of attempted solicitation of a minor to produce child pornography.
Sentence: Confined for five months, bad-conduct discharge.

Fort Drum, New York, March 21:
Name:
Sgt. Jonathan G. Mann
Conviction: By a military judge, pursuant to his pleas, of one specification of conspiracy to commit larceny of military property, one specification of failure to obey a lawful order and two specifications of wrongfully selling military property.
Sentence: Reduced to the grade of E-1, confined for 21 months, bad-conduct discharge.

Fort Drum, March 23:
Name:
Pfc. Isaac J. Flores
Conviction: By a military judge, pursuant to his plea, of one specification of sexual abuse of a child.
Sentence: Reduced to the grade of E-1, confined for five years, dishonorable discharge.

Fort Campbell, March 24:
Name:
Pfc. Benjamin S. Moffitt
Conviction: By a military judge, pursuant to his pleas, of one specification of sexual assault of a child and one specification of sexual abuse of a child.
Sentence: Reduced to the grade of E-1, confined for 42 months, dishonorable discharge. As part of an offer to plead guilty, a pretrial agreement limited confinement to 30 months.

Fort Drum, March 31:
Name:
Sgt. Alexander A. Grinage
Conviction: By a military judge, pursuant to his plea, of one specification of negligent homicide.
Sentence: Reduced to the grade of E-1, confined for 30 days, bad-conduct discharge.

Fort Stewart, Georgia, March 1:
Name:
Sgt. 1st Class Yusuf A. Jackson
Conviction: By a military judge, pursuant to his pleas, of six specifications of maltreatment, five specifications of abusive sexual contact, and one specification of assault consummated by a battery.
Acquittal: One specification of maltreatment and two specifications of indecent exposure.
Sentence: Reduced to the grade of E-4, confined for 12 months.

Fort Stewart, March 4:
Name:
Spc. Zachariah P. Morrison
Conviction: By a military judge, pursuant to his pleas, of one specification of rape of a child.
Sentence: Reduced to the grade of E-1, confined for three years, bad-conduct discharge.

Fort Rucker, Alabama, March 9:
Name:
Warrant Officer 1 Graham H. Smith
Conviction: By a military judge, contrary to his pleas, of two specifications of wrongfully making an indecent visual recording of another.
Sentence: Confined for two months, dishonorable discharge.

Fort Bragg, March 10:
Name:
Sgt. Michael J. Paulino
Conviction: By a military panel composed of officer and enlisted members, contrary to his pleas, of one specification of attempted larceny and two specifications of larceny.
Sentence: Reduced to the grade of E-1, forfeit all pay and allowances, bad-conduct discharge.

Fort Gordon, Georgia, March 11:
Name:
Spc. Matthew Barnes
Conviction: By a military judge, pursuant to his pleas, of two specifications of child endangerment.
Acquittal: Four specifications of assault consummated by battery on a child and one specification of child endangerment.
Sentence: Reduced to the grade of E-1, confined for 33 months. As part of an offer to plead guilty, a pretrial agreement limited confinement to 18 months.

Fort Benning, Georgia, March 15:
Name:
Sgt. Marcell T. Bunch
Conviction: By a military judge, pursuant to his pleas, of one specification of absence without leave, one specification of sexual abuse of a child, one specification of making an indecent visual recording of another and one specification of wrongfully producing child pornography.
Sentence: Reduced to the grade of E-1, confined for three years, bad-conduct discharge.

Fort Bragg, March 15:
Name:
Spc. Juan C. Chun
Conviction: By a military judge, pursuant to his pleas, of two specifications of abusive sexual contact.
Sentence: Reduced to the grade of E-1, confined for 18 months, bad-conduct discharge.

Fort Benning, March 18:
Name:
Not provided (sergeant first class)
Acquittal: By a military judge of three specifications of abusive sexual contact, one specification of sexual assault, and two specifications of adultery.

Fort Rucker, March 25:
Name:
WO1 Kevin P. Mills
Conviction: By a military panel composed of officer members, contrary to his plea, of one specification of assault with an unloaded firearm.
Acquittal: Three specifications of sexual assault and one specification of assault with an unloaded firearm.
Sentence: Reprimanded, forfeit $2,500 pay per month for three months.

Fort Bragg, March 29:
Name:
Master Sgt. Omar A. Velez-Pagan
Conviction: By a military judge, pursuant to his pleas, of one specification of wrongful use of anabolic steroids, one specification of wrongful possession of testosterone, one specification of adultery and one specification of obstruction of justice. Contrary to his pleas, the accused was convicted by a military panel composed of officer members of one specification of murder and one specification of assault consummated by a battery.
Sentence: Reduced to the grade of E-1, forfeit all pay and allowances, confined for 30 years, dishonorable discharge.

Third Judicial Circuit (Southwest and Midwest)

Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, March 3:
Name:
Staff Sgt. Isaac L. Boykin
Conviction: By a military judge, contrary to his pleas, of one specification of sexual assault, one specification of abusive sexual contact and four specifications of assault consummated by a battery.
Acquittal: One specification of aggravated assault, two specifications of assault consummated by battery, one specification of kidnapping and three specifications of wrongfully communicating a threat.
Sentence: Confined for five years, dishonorable discharge.

Fort Hood, Texas, March 3:
Name:
Spc. Zachary M. Crosby
Conviction: By a military panel composed of officer members, contrary to his pleas, of one specification of conspiracy to commit assault consummated by battery, one specification of absence without leave, one specification of false official statement, one specification of aggravated assault and two specifications of assault consummated by a battery.
Sentence: Reduced to the grade of E-1, forfeit $1,044 pay per month for eight months, confined for eight months.

Fort Hood, March 3:
Name:
Not provided (staff sergeant)
Acquittal: By a military judge of one specification of dereliction of duty and one specification of communicating indecent language.

Fort Hood, March 9:
Name:
Spc. James J. Braithwaite
Conviction: By a military panel composed of officer members, contrary to his pleas, of conspiracy to commit assault consummated by battery, one specification of conspiracy to obstruct justice, one specification of false official statement, one specification of maiming and one specification of aggravated assault with a loaded firearm.
Acquittal: One specification of accessory after the fact and one specification of aggravated assault.
Sentence: Reduced to the grade of E-1, forfeit all pay and allowances, confined for three years, dishonorable discharge.

Fort Sill, Oklahoma, March 9:
Name:
Master Sgt. Harold Rivera
Conviction: By a military judge, contrary to his pleas, of one specification of wrongful distribution of a controlled substance and one specification of sexual abuse of a child.
Sentence: Confined for six months.

Fort Sam Houston, Texas, March 11:
Name:
Cpl. Terry J. Leyba
Conviction: By a military panel composed of officer and enlisted members, contrary to his pleas, of two specifications of sexual assault.
Acquittal: Two separate specifications of sexual assault.
Sentence: Reduced to E-1, forfeit all pay and allowances, confined for three years, dishonorable discharge.

Fort Hood, March 15:
Name:
Pfc. Shane R. Blevins
Conviction: By a military judge, pursuant to his pleas, of one specification of desertion, one specification of absence without leave, two specifications of wrongful use of marijuana and one specification of wrongful possession of marijuana.
Sentence: Confined for 11 months, bad-conduct discharge. As part of an offer to plead guilty, a pretrial agreement limited confinement to seven months.

Fort Hood, March 17:
Name:
Not provided (master sergeant)
Acquittal: By a military panel composed of officer and enlisted members of one specification of conspiracy to commit rape, one specification of conspiracy to commit sexual assault, one specification of conspiracy to obstruct justice, one specification of failure to obey a lawful general order, one specification of false official statement, 10 specifications of rape, six specifications of sexual assault, one specification of indecent exposure, one specification of obstruction of justice and one specification of soliciting another to disobey a lawful general order.

Fort Riley, Kansas, March 23:
Name:
Pvt. Moriah H. Vermette
Conviction: By a military judge, pursuant to her pleas, of one specification of larceny and two specifications of wrongful appropriation.
Sentence: Confined for 60 days, bad-conduct discharge.

Fort Hood, March 24:
Name:
Pvt. Daniel I. Avila
Conviction: By a military panel composed of officer members, contrary to his pleas, of two specifications of sexual assault and one specification of obstruction of justice.
Acquittal: Two separate specifications of sexual assault.
Sentence: Reduced to the grade of E-1, forfeit all pay and allowances, confined for two years, dishonorable discharge.

Fort Hood, March 24:
Name:
CW2 Lamont S. Jessie
Conviction: By a military panel composed of officer members, contrary to his pleas, of two specifications of sexual assault of a child, one specification of conduct unbecoming an officer and gentleman and one specification of adultery.
Acquittal: One specification of sexual abuse of a child.
Sentence: Reprimanded, confined for four years, dismissed from service.

Fort Sill, March 29:
Name:
Pfc. Brian J. Jackson
Conviction: By a military panel composed of officer and enlisted members, contrary to his pleas, of one specification of willfully disobeying a superior commissioned officer, two specifications of assault consummated by battery and four specifications of sexual assault.
Acquittal: One specification of sexual assault, one specification of assault and two specifications of assault consummated by a battery.
Sentence: Reduced to the grade of E-1, forfeit all pay and allowances, confined for four years, dishonorable discharge.

Fort Hood, March 30:
Name:
Pfc. Matthew D. Murphree
Conviction: By a military judge, pursuant to his pleas, of one specification of aggravated assault and two specifications of assault consummated by battery.
Sentence: Reduced to the grade of E-1, confined for 45 months, bad-conduct discharge. As part of an offer to plead guilty, a pretrial agreement limited confinement to 24 months.

Fort Hood, March 31:
Name:
Spc. Carl L. Campbell
Conviction: By a military panel composed of officer and enlisted members, contrary to his pleas, of one specification of false official statement, one specification of sexual assault and one specification of indecent viewing.
Acquittal: One specification of conspiracy to commit sexual assault, three specifications of sexual assault and one specification of burglary.
Sentence: Reduced to the grade of E-1, forfeit all pay and allowances, confined for five years, dishonorable discharge.

Fourth Judicial Circuit (Far East and Far West)
Army Garrison Yongsan, South Korea, March 1:
Name:
Sgt. Eliejaiah I. Belton
Conviction: By a military panel composed of officer and enlisted members, contrary to his pleas, of one specification of failure to obey a lawful general regulation, four specifications of maltreatment, one specification of abusive sexual contact, two specifications of assault consummated by battery, one specification of unlawful entry, one specification of adultery and two specifications of inappropriate conduct while serving as the charge of quarters noncommissioned officer.
Sentence: Reduced to the grade of E-3, forfeit $687 pay per month for three months, confined for three months.

Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington, March 1:
Name:
Pvt. Mario C. Samaniego
Conviction: By a military judge, pursuant to his pleas, of two specifications of abusive sexual contact and one specification of assault consummated by battery.
Acquittal: Two specifications of rape and one specification of indecent exposure.
Sentence: Reduced to the grade of E-1, confined for 200 days, bad-conduct discharge.

Joint Base Lewis-McChord, March 1:
Name:
Spc. Durell J. Stewart
Conviction: By a military judge, contrary to his pleas, of one specification of false official statement, two specifications of larceny and one specification of forgery.
Sentence: Reduced to the grade of E-1, confined for 15 months, bad-conduct discharge.

Camp Henry, South Korea, March 2:
Name:
Sgt. Patrick L. Clark
Conviction: By a military judge pursuant to his pleas, of one specification of sexual assault and one specification of abusive sexual contact.
Sentence: Confined for 25 months, dishonorable discharge. As part of an offer to plead guilty, a pretrial agreement limited confinement to 14 months.

Fort Bliss, Texas, March 2:
Name:
Spc. Christopher D. Delaughter
Conviction: By a military judge, pursuant to his pleas, of three specifications of assault consummated by battery.
Sentence: Reduced to the grade of E-1, confined for three months, bad-conduct discharge.

Wheeler Army Airfield, Hawaii, March 2:
Name:
Spc. Michael S. Newell
Conviction: By a military judge, pursuant to his pleas, of four specifications of wrongfully viewing and possessing child pornography.
Sentence: Reduced to the grade of E-1, confined for 12 months, bad-conduct discharge.

Joint Base Lewis-McChord, March 4:
Name:
Pfc. Luis A. Torres-Garza
Conviction: By a military judge, pursuant to his pleas, of one specification of absence without leave, one specification of failure to obey a lawful general order, one specification of failure to obey a lawful general regulation, two specifications of failure to obey a lawful order, three specifications of wrongful use of a controlled substance, one specification of wrongful possession of a controlled substance, one specification of assault consummated by battery and one specification of unlawful entry.
Sentence: Reduced to the grade of E-1, confined for nine months, bad-conduct discharge.

Fort Wainwright, Alaska, March 8:
Name:
Pfc. James R. Casey
Conviction: By a military judge, pursuant to his pleas, of one specification of willfully damaging military property, three specifications of aggravated assault with a dangerous weapon, one specification of assault consummated by battery and one specification of wrongfully communicating a threat.
Sentence: Hard labor without confinement for 90 days.

Army Garrison Yongsan, March 10:
Name:
Sgt. 1st Class Jeffrey L. Cupitt
Conviction: By a military judge, pursuant to his pleas, of four specifications of false official statement and one specification of larceny of military property.
Sentence: Reprimanded, confined for four months.

Fort Carson, Colorado, March 11:
Name:
Pvt. Maurice Crutchfield
Conviction: By a military judge, pursuant to his plea, of one specification of desertion terminated by apprehension.
Sentence: Reduced to the grade of E-1, confined for 10 months, bad-conduct discharge.

Joint Base Lewis-McChord, March 11:
Name:
Pvt. Francisco Torrealba
Conviction: By a military panel composed of officer and enlisted members, contrary to his pleas, of two specifications of failure to obey a lawful general regulation, three specifications of sexual assault and two specifications of forcible sodomy.
Acquittal: Two specifications of sexual assault.
Sentence: Reduced to the grade of E-1, forfeit all pay and allowances, confined for 16 years, dishonorable discharge.

Fort Bliss, March 14:
Name:
Pfc. Cory F. Bennett
Conviction: By a military judge, pursuant to his pleas, of one specification of disrespect toward a noncommissioned officer.
Acquittal: One specification of willfully disobeying a noncommissioned officer.
Sentence: Reduced to the grade of E-1, hard labor without confinement for 30 days, restricted to the limits of Fort Bliss for 30 days.

Army Garrison Yongsan, March 14:
Name:
Sgt. Maria E. Rosario
Conviction: By a military judge, pursuant to her pleas, of two specifications of larceny.
Sentenced: By a military panel composed of officer and enlisted members, reduced to the grade of E-3 and restricted for 60 days to the limits of the garrison.

Fort Bliss, March 15:
Name:
Spc. Nicholas L. Frost
Conviction: By a military judge, contrary to his pleas, of one specification of rape of child.
Acquittal: One specification of sexual assault of a child.
Sentence: Reduced to the grade of E-1, confined for 10 years, dishonorable discharge.

Joint Base Lewis-McChord, March 16:
Name:
Pfc. Michael A. Updegrove
Conviction: By a military judge, pursuant to his pleas, of four specifications of sexual abuse of a child, two specifications of wrongfully possessing child pornography and two specifications of wrongfully communicating a threat.
Sentence: Reduced to the grade of E-1, confined for 42 months, bad-conduct discharge.

Fort Carson, March 17:
Name:
Pfc. William J. Butzin
Conviction: By a military judge, pursuant to his pleas, of two specifications of absence without leave terminated by apprehension.
Sentence: Reduced to the grade of E-1, confined for two months, bad-conduct discharge.

Fort Wainwright, March 17:
Name:
Pvt. Lorne C. Falcon
Conviction: By a military judge, contrary to his pleas, of one specification of attempted sexual assault and one specification of sexual assault.
Acquittal: Two specifications of rape and one specification of sexual assault.
Sentence: Reduced to the grade of E-1, confined for five years, dishonorable discharge.

Fort Carson, March 22:
Name:
Pvt. Felicia L. Boemig
Conviction: By a military judge, pursuant to her plea, of one specification of wrongful possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute.
Sentence: Reduced to the grade of E-1, confined for 90 days, bad-conduct discharge.

Joint Base Lewis-McChord, March 23:
Name:
Pvt. Sammy G. Gulley
Conviction: By a military judge, contrary to his plea, of one specification of rape.
Sentence: Forfeit all pay and allowances, confined for seven years, dishonorable discharge.

Fort Irwin, California, March 23:
Name:
Staff Sgt. Jimmy R. Perrigin
Conviction: By a military judge, pursuant to his plea, of one specification of failure to obey a lawful general order. Contrary to his pleas, the accused was convicted by a military panel composed of officer members of one specification of abusive sexual contact and one specification of communicating indecent language.
Sentence: Reduced to the grade of E-1, bad-conduct discharge.

Wheeler Army Airfield, March 23:
Name:
Pfc. Daylon R. Sanders
Conviction: By a military panel composed of officer and enlisted members, contrary to his plea, of one specification of sexual assault.
Sentence: Confined for six months, dishonorable discharge.

Fort Carson, March 24:
Name:
Staff Sgt. Fredyshernan Contreras-Ramos
Conviction: By a military judge, pursuant to his pleas, of one specification of absence without leave terminated by apprehension, one specification of wrongfully possessing child pornography and one specification of wrongfully creating images of children engaging in indecent conduct.
Sentence: Reduced to the grade of E-1, confined for four years, bad-conduct discharge.

Camp Henry, March 24:
Name:
Spc. Danny J. Jackson
Conviction: By a military panel composed of officer and enlisted members, contrary to his pleas, of one specification of false official statement, one specification of sexual assault, one specification of abusive sexual contact and two specifications of assault consummated by battery.
Sentence: Reduced to the grade of E-1, forfeit of all pay and allowances, confined for 12 months, dishonorable discharge.

Wheeler Army Airfield, March 25:
Name:
Not provided (specialist)
Acquittal: By a military judge of two specifications of sexual assault.

Wheeler Army Airfield, March 28:
Name:
Spc. Demechea R. Harris
Conviction: By a military judge, pursuant to his pleas, of two specifications of abusive sexual contact and two specifications of wrongfully making an indecent visual recording of another.
Sentence: Reduced to the grade of E-1, confined for 23 months, bad-conduct discharge. As part of an offer to plead guilty, a pretrial agreement limited confinement to nine months.

Fort Carson, March 29:
Name:
Sgt. Jodi R. Coker
Conviction: By a military judge, pursuant to his pleas, of one specification of conspiracy to sell military property and one specification of selling military property.
Sentence: Reduced to the grade of E-1, confined for 180 days, bad-conduct discharge. As part of an offer to plead guilty, a pretrial agreement limited confinement to five months.

Army Garrison Yongsan, March 31:
Name:
Sgt. Maj. Terrence S. Ellies
Conviction: By a military panel composed of officer and enlisted members, contrary to his pleas, of three specifications of false official statement and one specification of larceny of military property.
Acquittal: One specification of larceny of military property.
Sentence: Reprimanded, $1,200 fine, forfeit $4,644 pay per month for two months.

Army Garrison Yongsan, March 31:
Name:
Staff Sgt. Thomas M. Weekley
Conviction: By a military judge, pursuant to his plea, of one specification of unlawful entry. Contrary to his pleas, the accused was convicted of two specifications of assault consummated by battery.
Sentence: Reduced to the grade of E-4, confined for six months.

Fort Carson, March 31:
Name:
Staff Sgt. Terrance B. Wells
Conviction: By a military judge, contrary to his pleas, of one specification of sexual assault and one specification of abusive sexual contact.
Sentence: Reduced to the grade of E-1, confined for eight years, dishonorable discharge.

Fort Bliss, March 31:
Name:
Pvt. Devin L. Williams
Conviction: By a military judge, pursuant to his pleas, of one specification of disrespect toward a superior commissioned officer, one specification of willfully disobeying a superior commissioned officer, one specification of insubordinate conduct toward a noncommissioned officer, two specifications of failure to obey a lawful general order and one specification of wrongful use of a controlled substance.
Acquittal: One specification of wrongful use of a controlled substance.
Sentence: Reduced to the grade of E-1, confined for 10 months, bad-conduct discharge.

Fifth Judicial Circuit (Europe and Southwest Asia)
Weisbaden, Germany, March 1:
Name:
Sgt. Robert S. Echols
Conviction: By a military judge, pursuant to his pleas, of one specification of attempted possession of a controlled substance and three specifications of wrongfully possessing child pornography.
Sentence: Confined for three years, dishonorable discharge. As part of the offer to plead guilty, a pretrial agreement limited confinement to 30 months.

Kaiserslautern, Germany, March 3:
Name:
Staff Sgt. Andy Delvalle
Conviction: By a military judge, pursuant to his pleas, of two specifications of rape of a child and two specifications of sexual abuse of a child.
Sentence: Confined for 20 years, dishonorable discharge.

Vilseck, Germany, March 4:
Name:
1st Lt. David Brown
Conviction: By a military panel composed of officer members, contrary to his pleas, of one specification of failure to obey a lawful general regulation, two specifications of rape, one specification of sexual assault, one specification of aggravated sexual contact, one specification of abusive sexual contact, one specification of assault upon a commissioned officer and two specifications of conduct unbecoming an officer and a gentleman.
Acquittal: One specification of assault and two specifications of conduct unbecoming an officer and a gentleman.
Sentence: Confined for 15 years, dismissed from service.

Kaiserslautern, March 9:
Name:
Staff Sgt. Robin U. Harkoo
Conviction: By a military judge, pursuant to his pleas, of two specifications of false official statement and one specification of larceny of military property.
Sentence: Confined for 12 months, $50,000 fine (confined for 12 months if the fine is not paid). As part of an offer to plead guilty, a pre-trial agreement limited confinement to 12 months.

Kaiserslautern, March 23:
Name:
Sgt. Prince J. Brown
Convicted: By a military panel composed of officer and enlisted members, contrary to his pleas, of one specification of aggravated assault.
Acquittal: One specification of unpremeditated murder.
Sentence: Reduced to the grade of E-2, confined for 180 days, bad-conduct discharge.

Vilseck, March 23:
Name:
Sgt. Joshua D.I. Mashburn
Conviction: By a military judge, contrary to his pleas, of one specification of failure to obey a lawful general regulation.
Acquittal: One specification of sexual assault.
Sentence: Reduced to the grade of E-4.

Kaiserslautern, March 30:
Name:
Pvt. Darreus J. Kemp
Conviction: By a military judge, pursuant to his pleas, of two specifications of disobeying a superior commissioned officer, one specification of dereliction of duty, one specification of wrongful possession of a controlled substance, two specifications of wrongful distribution of a controlled substance, one specification of wrongful use of a controlled substance and one specification of bribery.
Acquittal: Two specifications of disobeying a superior commissioned officer, one specification of false official statement, one specification of wrongful possession of a controlled substance, one specification of adultery and one specification of breaking restriction.
Sentence: Confined for 14 months, bad-conduct discharge. As part of an offer to plead guilty, a pretrial agreement limited confinement to eight months.