Articles by Sean Timmons

Indeed layoffs: Austin employees who were laid off may have lawsuit, attorney says

AUSTIN, Texas – An attorney said Indeed employees who were laid off this week may have a lawsuit. The CEO of Indeed announced they’re laying off 1,000 people, some in…

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Hyundai subsidiary reaches settlement over troops’ repossessed cars

Hyundai Capital America reached a settlement with service members who alleged in a federal case that the company illegally repossessed their cars while they were actively serving.…

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Why Should I Hire a Civilian Military Attorney?

Let’s address the obvious: if the government provides you with a free attorney, why should you pay for one when facing allegations under the Uniform Code of Military Justice…

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Air Force Employee Charged With Disclosing Classified Intelligence on a Dating Site

A civilian employee of the United States Air Force was charged with sharing classified information related to the ongoing Russia-Ukraine war on a foreign online dating website,…

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Body cam videos released from arrest of decorated AWOL Army Reservist

GRAND PRAIRIE – Newly released body cam videos obtained exclusively by CBS News Texas shed more light on the controversial arrest of a decorated US Army reservist in Grand…

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Independent lawyers begin prosecuting cases of sexual assault and other crimes in the US military

WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. military on Thursday opened a new chapter in how it investigates and prosecutes cases of sexual assault and other major crimes, putting…

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Army private who fled to North Korea charged with desertion, held by US military, officials tell AP

WASHINGTON (AP) — An Army private who fled to North Korea before being returned home to the United States last month has been detained by the U.S. military, two officials said…

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Could Army Pvt. Travis King, just back from North Korea, face charges for desertion, going AWOL?

WASHINGTON — Army Pvt. Travis King is out of North Korea, but he’s likely not out of trouble. King, the soldier who sought refuge in one of the world’s most repressive…

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What sexual-assault victims think of the new way cases are prosecuted

President Biden signed an executive order last month that removes legal decision-making authority from commanders for most serious crimes. After Darchelle Mitchell reported being…

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North Korea stays silent on its apparent detention of a US soldier who bolted across the border

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea stayed silent Wednesday about the detention of an American soldier who sprinted across the Koreas’ heavily fortified border as other…

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