Coast Guard member sentenced for violating UCMJ article

Coast Guard member sentenced for violating UCMJ article
PORTSMOUTH, Va. – A Coast Guard member charged with violating an article of the Uniform Code of Military Justice pled guilty to a lesser included offense as part of a pre-trial agreement and was sentenced Friday during a special court-martial in Norfolk, Virginia. Petty Officer 1st Class Michael Cote, 32, pled guilty in accordance with a pre-trial agreement to two specifications of violation of Article...

Coast Guard member pleads guilty of assault at general court-martial

Coast Guard member pleads guilty of assault at general court-martial
PORTSMOUTH, Va. – A Coast Guard member charged with violating a number of Articles of the Uniform Code of Military Justice pled guilty to one charge and was sentenced Monday during a general court martial in Norfolk, Va. Petty Officer 1st Class Jay Wade, 31, pled guilty in accordance with a pre-trial agreement to one specification of violation of Article 128, UCMJ – Assault.  He pled not guilty...

Coast Guard petty officer receives 30 months confinement following court martial

Coast Guard petty officer receives 30 months confinement following court martial
HONOLULU — A Coast Guard petty officer was convicted during a general court-martial Monday at the Coast Guard Courtroom in the Prince Jonah Kuhio Kalanianaole Federal Building. Petty Officer 3rd Class Miles Kendziorski, a food service specialist, was found guilty of the possession of child pornography under Article 134 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice. Kendziorski was sentenced to 30 months...

General Court-martial finds Coast Guard officer not guilty of all but one charge

General Court-martial finds Coast Guard officer not guilty of all but one charge
NEW ORLEANS — A Coast Guard member was found guilty of conduct unbecoming an officer and gentleman during a court-martial at the Hale Boggs Federal Building Friday. A panel of Coast Guard officers found Chief Warrant Officer Richard M. Clark guilty of one specification of Article 133 under the Uniform Code of Military Justice.  The panel found CWO Clark not guilty of several other charges including:...

Coast Guard officer to face court-martial for violations of Uniform Code of Military Justice

Coast Guard officer to face court-martial for violations of Uniform Code of Military Justice
NEW ORLEANS — The Eighth Coast Guard District is scheduled to convene a general court-martial at the Hale Boggs Federal Building Monday for a Coast Guard member accused of multiple violations of the Uniform Code of Military Justice. Chief Warrant Officer Richard M. Clark is accused of the following violations of the Uniform Code of Military Justice: Five specifications of aggravated assault under...

Coast Guard member to face court-martial for sexual assault, false official statements

Coast Guard member to face court-martial for sexual assault, false official statements
PORTSMOUTH, Va. — Coast Guard Atlantic Area is scheduled to convene a general court-martial at the Coast Guard Legal Service Command Norfolk Feb. 29, 2016 for a Coast Guard member accused of sexual assault and making false official statements. Petty Officer 1st Class Jay Wade, 31, is accused of the following violations of the Uniform Code of Military Justice: Article 107 – two specifications false...

Coast Guard Master Chief Petty Officer pleads guilty, sentence at General Court-Martial

Coast Guard Master Chief Petty Officer pleads guilty, sentence at General Court-Martial
SEATTLE —  A Coast Guard member was convicted of wrongful use of a government computer and electronic harassment and will be reduced in rank to E-6 and serve one month in confinement after pleading guilty at a General Court-Martial on Friday. Master Chief Petty Officer Paul J. Dahms pled guilty to one specification of wrongful use of a government computer in violation of Article 92 and three specifications...

Coast Guard member found guilty of violating a lawful order at general court-martial

Coast Guard member found guilty of violating a lawful order at general court-martial
NEW ORLEANS — A Coast Guard member was found guilty of violating a lawful order during a court-martial at the Hale Boggs Federal Building Wednesday. A military judge found Petty Officer 2nd Class Gregory E. Cooper guilty of one specification of Article 92 under the Uniform Code of Military Justice.  The military judge found Cooper not guilty of several other charges including: dereliction of duty,...

Coast Guard member to face court-martial for alleged violations of Uniform Code of Military Justice

Coast Guard member to face court-martial for alleged violations of Uniform Code of Military Justice
NEW ORLEANS — The 8th Coast Guard District is scheduled to convene a general court-martial at the Hale Boggs Federal Building Tuesday for a Coast Guard member accused of multiple violations of the Uniform Code of Military Justice. Petty Officer 2nd Class Gregory E. Cooper, is accused of the following violations of the Uniform Code of Military Justice: Two specifications under Article 92, one for...