This was his first case that we was taking the lead on.
He had done another discharge case a few weeks ago but another JAG took the lead on that case. Anyways, he was up til 1:00 on Friday night working on his closing argument and went into work at 5:00 this morning to get ready for what was suppose to take place tomorrow. He was planning on coming home at 5:00 to eat and then later this evening head back to the office to prepare a little more. He went to practice his closing argument with one of the Major's in the court room around 4:45. When he came back into the office at 5:00 pm everyone told him, "She Waived!"
Which essentially means she's guilty and no longer wanted to take it in front of the board.
She'll be honorably discharged b/c if you don't know already there's the "Don't ask, Don't tell" policy in the military. If you are a homosexual you are not allowed to engage in any homosexual activity. Which I will make into a post at a later date b/c I am curious what others think about this topic. Especially since Obama wants to abolish the "Don't ask, Don't tell" policy.
So are you saying that you woke me up at 5:00 am this morning while you got ready for nothing?
I hope he knows I never fell back to sleep :) And I was really looking forward to seeing him all dolled up in his service dress (think a nice crisp suit, but a military suit) for his courtroom appearance instead of his ABU's (the green cameo's)!!!