Marines


Administrative Law
 Administrative Law

Mission
To enhance the operational readiness of all commands aboard Marine Corps Air Station Yuma by providing administrative law support in the areas of 6105s, administrative separations, investigations, and claims; and to educate command representatives about their unit's legal duties and responsibilities.

Administrative Law OIC: 1stLt Ian Lamb

Administrative Law NCOIC: Sgt Blake Morris

Administrative Law Clerk: Cpl Angelique Perez

Links/References 
Marine Corps Separation Manual

Timeline 
No “statute of limitations” exists for administrative separations. Accordingly, a Marine may be processed for separation based on conduct notwithstanding the length of time between the conduct and the notification of separation or the expiration of a statute of limitations for court-martial or non-judicial punishment. However, once separation action has begun, prompt forwarding, review, and decision in each case are essential. Proceedings are initiated on the date a command receives a written request for separation from a member or on the date a command delivers a member notice of separation proceedings. The following listed time goals are measured from the date of notification or initiation of a voluntary request until the actual date of separation. Failure to complete an action within the prescribed time in no way bars separation or affects characterization. Every effort should be made, however, to meet the established goals. 

Checklists 
6203 Convenience of the Government
• 1
Parenthood 
• 2
Condition not a Disability 
• 3 Personality Disorder

6206 Unsatisfactory Performance

6106.5a Unsanitary Habits

6209 Alcohol Rehabilitation Failure

6210 Misconduct
• 2
Minor Disciplinary Infractions 
• 3
Pattern of Misconduct 
• 5
Drug Abuse (Mandatory processing) 
• 6
Commission of a Serious Offense 
• 7
Civilian Conviction 
• 8
Sexual Harassment 
• 10 Driving Under the Influence (x2 Mandatory processing)

6215
Weight Control Failure 

Recommendation for Administrative Separation
Notification of Separation Proceedings
Acknowledgment of Rights
Purpose and Scope (BCNR) and Naval Discharge Review Board (NDRB)
Sample 6105 Counseling
Appointment letter (Board) 

Convenience of the Government (Condition Not a Disability/Personality Disorder) 

SECNAVINST 6320.24 series 
DOD 6490.1 series (Mental Health) 

Unsatisfactory Performance/ Weight Control/ Body Composition Failure 
MCO 6110.3 Marine Corps Physical Fitness Test and Body Composition Program Manual 

Alcohol Abuse Rehab Failure/ Drug Abuse/ Alcohol related incidents 
SECNAVINST 5300.28D Military Substance Abuse Prevention Abuse and Control 

Commission of a Serious Offense/Civilian Conviction 

MCM, 2012 Edition 

Administrative Reductions 

MCO P1400.32D Marine Corps Promotion Manual, Vol.2, Enlisted Promotions 

Domestic Violence (levels II, IV, and V)/ Drug Abuse/ Alcohol Rehab Failure 
MCO P1700.24 w/Ch1 Marine Corps Personal Services Manual

 

Services
 Contact Us
Area code and prefix for all numbers is 928-269-XXXX unless otherwise specified.
Legal Services Support Detachment Yuma
PO Box 99126
Yuma, AZ
85369-9126
3483


 
Administrative Law 2870
OIC
1stLt Ian Lamb
 
NCOIC
Sgt Blake Morris
 
Clerk
Cpl Angelique Perez
 
Defense Services
Mon - Fri 0730 - 1630
Bldg 852 West Wing

3480
 

Defense Services OIC
Capt Joseph Riccardi

 
Defense Chief
Sgt Adam Serrano
 
Defense Clerk
LCpl Envy Pasillas
 
Legal Assistance
Mon - Fri 0730 - 1130, 1300 - 1630
Bldg 852

3586
 
Legal Assistance OIC
1st Lt Matthew D. Sherman

 
Clerk
PFC Cesar A. Pivaral
 
Legal Assistance Paralegal
Mr. Joe Covarrubias
 
VITA Tax Center
Mon - Fri 0800 - 1530
3277
Trial Services 2891
Senior Trial Counsel
MAJ Joseph S. High
 
Trial Counsel
1stLt Ian Lamb
 
NCOIC
Sgt Blake Morris
 

Clerks
Cpl Angelique S. Perez
Cpl Criston A. Pena 

LCpl Daniel A. Barrera

PFC Dimitri H. Laurent

 
Victims' Legal Counsel Western Region
Capt Robert T. Weaver
3411
   

 

 

 

Marine Corps Air Station Yuma