Court-Martial Charges for Drugs
At least seven cadets are facing the possibility of court-martial charges for allegedly distributing and using drugs. The charges involve the wrongful distribution and use of cocaine, oxycodone, oxymorphone and alprazolam.
The seven cadets will each be detailed a military defense counsel to represent them during their case. The cadets will also have the option of retaining civilian defense counsel at no expense to the government. Once the investigation is complete, the command will make a determination whether the offense should go forward as a court-martial or be dealt with through some other administrative action.
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