ABC News a U.S. Army Officer, Brig. Gen Jeffery Sinclair was accused for
sex crimes against four fellow female officers as well as a civilian. At this time
he is now pending his trial, in what reports claim is to be a rare criminal
hearing, specifically an Article 32 hearing. Sinclair is from Fort Bragg at the 82nd Airborne Division.
Lt. Col. Jackie Thompson, Sinclair’s defense attorney, claims that
those is trying to defend her client by claiming that those investigating
the case complete violated his rights to privacy by going through personal
emails that were between attorney and client as well as his wife about
the case. With the defense attorney was able to get a confession out of
the lead investigating officer who admits that she did violate the privacy
and as a result, the prosecution is no longer able to use that information
into heir case.
With the help of a strong criminal defense attorney, the prosecution is
moving towards the conclusion that they may not have enough information
to further their case against the Officer. In the event that the position
continues to fight against Sinclair, the court ruled that they will be
required to have a complete new group of people working on their case,
and if not the case will be dismissed entirely.
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