Military Law and Veterans Issues



Glow In The Dark Law™
knows what it means to sacrifice and serve.


As a former enlisted Sailor in the U.S. Navy, serving from 2002 – 2011, Attorney William La Salle joined the service just after 9/11 and earned the Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, and a Humanitarian Service Medal after deploying to the Arabian Gulf as a propulsion plant operator aboard USS Harry S. Truman in 2004. He was also aboard when Truman sailed to the Gulf to assist in recovery efforts following the devastation of Hurricane Katrina, and has the distinct honor of being a Plankowner of USS George H.W. Bush as well as one of the nuclear Inactivation Test Engineers who helped put ex-USS Enterprise to rest. Mr. La Salle also knows the struggles and sacrifices of a military spouse, as his wife continues to serve faithfully today in the U.S. Navy.


The men and women of the service will always be his brothers and sisters, and their families his own. He stands ever ready to give back to those who lay it all on the line for our freedom, and to see to them and their interests in their time of legal need. Whether you’re a military family with a housing issue, the spouse of a deployed or deploying servicemember trying to tend to the family’s obligations in your servicemember’s absence, or a veteran trying to resolve the financial implications of what you believe was an unfair involuntary discharge, the Glow In The Dark Lawyer™ can help!


Military Civil Law & Servicemember’s Rights



Commissioning, Enlistment, and Discharge


Entry Level Status

Stop Loss
Conscientious Objection
Administrative Discharge
Resignation of Commission
Discharge Upgrade

LGBTQ+ and Military Service


Historical Exclusion of LGBTQ Community

Racial and Gender Discrimination
Repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell”
Transgender Service Members
Executive Order on Enabling All Qualified Americans to Serve Their Country in Uniform – 1.25.2021
Modern Military Association of America

Military Criminal Law


Military Crimes


Absence Offenses

Duties & Orders Offenses
Superior-Subordinate Offenses
Combat-Related Offenses


Non-Military Crimes


Homicidal Offenses

Sex Offenses
Theft Offenses
Alcohol and Drug Offenses


General Articles


Article 133 – Conduct Unbecoming

Article 134 – General Article

Resources