AFI 44-121 PDF


Supersedes AFI , 1 January Pages: Distribution: F. This Air Force Instruction (AFI) establishes guidance for the Air Force. Information derived from AFPAMV1 and Air Force Instruction Members of the Air Force are held to the highest standards of. Per AFI , substance abuse education is mandated for: ▫ Member arriving at first permanent duty assignment. ▫ Every new assignment.

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Sean Murphy, a student at the George Mason University School of Law, for his assistance with the bench memorandum on this case. To follow this logic would negate the regulatory prohibition on telephone notification and obviate the regulatory requirement for written notification from the commander.

Based on this, the Government contends the supplemental adi is invalid and should be struck from the record.

The special court-martial convened on 21 April Rose said ADAPT staff emphasizes having plans in place when out drinking, such as having a designated driver or calling for a ride, and to follow the policy. Appellee chose this option before making any admissions to Capt AD. Please support our work with a donation. In addition, ADAPT staff teach that unhealthy drinking means more than four in a single day for men years old and more than three for women.

The sample was sent to the Air Force Drug Testing Laboratory which reported the results as positive for heroin, marijuana, and lorazepam. He used this information for an affidavit to support a search authorization.


ADAPT program helps Airmen overcome alcohol, drug abuse

However, in the context of AFIvoluntary is a defined term, so we do not apply the general rule. The Government suggests af an order to provide a sample existed much earlier in the process. As she accurately summarized, that offense has four elements: The record, however, indicates that the commander in this case went beyond the requirements of AFI in at least one material sense. A consideration in this analysis is whether judicial efficiency is improved.

The majority opinion also correctly discounts any assertion that the computer- generated testing roster constituted an order to provide a sample. See United States v. The record is remanded for further proceedings consistent with this opinion. The military judge relied, in part, on United States v.

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A finding by this Court that a military judge abused her discretion requires more than a mere difference of opinion. 4-121which sets out the Air Force drug abuse prevention and treatment program, encourages members to seek assistance themselves.

ADAPT staff will be on hand today from noon-4 p. This is a mixed question of law and fact. However, in this case, Appellee was only at the hospital in a position to be overheard because his superior noncommissioned officers escorted him there in a direct and unbroken chain of aif that started with a protected disclosure.

In Moeller, the commander had authorized an inspection urinalysis; however, the samples were lost in the mail.

The military judge made the following findings of fact. Indeed, in Schneckloth v. Article 62 bUCMJ. We doubt the Government would object if the military judge had reconsidered her ruling and ruled in favor of the Government.


Your Notes edit none. TSgt WH then noted the date and time she notified the supervisor on a pre-signed form letter. Our reasoning is set forth below.

She then suppressed statements Appellee made to his first sergeant, statements he made in the emergency room within the hearing of another noncommissioned officer, and the results of a urinalysis procured through a search authorization which relied on those statements.

Reading the relevant provisions together, in conjunction with the interpretation of similar federal civilian cases, we conclude that the military trial judge may sua sponte reconsider a ruling or order after notice of an Article 62, UCMJ, appeal and before the record of proceedings is authenticated.

The Air Force confronts the issue by educating members about the dangers of substance abuse and offering a comprehensive program that helps Airmen, dependents, retirees and civilian employees deal with their problems and return to full productivity. The interests of justice are best served when the trial judge makes sufficiently detailed and comprehensive findings of fact and conclusions of law. In evaluating that issue, we stated: