I am having to repost this question because it would not allow me to edit the first one.
Will my domestic violence record keep me from enlisting even though I have extenuating circumstances? I was in a relationship where my ex was arrested in 2006 for domestic violence and I was granted a temporary protective order. In March of 2007 I was arrested when my ex broke intto my home, hit me in front of my sister, and I hit him on the head with a DVD case and he pressed charges. They were all misdemeanors but I plead No Lo.
Count 1: 16-5-23.1(F), Battery - Family Violence - 03/16/2007. Disp: Sentenced On Nolo Contendre Plea On 10/25/2007
Sentence - Ct: 1, Probated-No Time To Serve, $405.00, Probation: 12 Months, Sentence Date: 10/25/2007
Count 2: 16-5-23, Simple Battery-M - 03/16/2007. Disp: Nolle Prosequi (Nol Pros) On 10/25/2007
Count 3: 16-5-23, Simple Battery-M - 03/16/2007. Disp: Nolle Prosequi (Nol Pros) On 10/25/2007
Asked by Anonymous at 11:47 AM on Jul. 3, 2010 in Politics & Current Events
Answer by xxhazeldovexx at 11:58 AM on Jul. 3, 2010
Answer by Soniam301 at 12:28 PM on Jul. 3, 2010
Answer by matthewscandi at 1:33 PM on Jul. 3, 2010
If you have a conviction for domestic violence, as defined in Title 18 U.S. Code Sections 921 and 922 as discussed below, you are ineligible for all military service – not just the Navy. Domestic violence offenses may also include, but are not limited to, assault, assault and battery, and disorderly conduct convictions in which the perpetrator and victim meet the conditions of the domestic violence rule. The domestic violence rule must be applied regardless of whether or not you were charged with domestic violence.
Answer by Soniam301 at 12:32 PM on Jul. 3, 2010
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