My name is Sergeant Christopher Camacho and I am a Non-Commissioned Officer in the U.S. Army who has 11 cumulative years of service.  For the past six years, I’ve been an Army Paralegal and I have a great deal of expertise in military law.  While I have maintained a couple of other blogs in the past few years, my focus for this one is military law and my current deployment to Afghanistan.

I deployed to Iraq for 15 months with the Second Stryker Cavalry Regiment from August 2007 to November 2008.  This year, I deployed to Afghanistan for 12 months with the 86th Signal Battalion.  I volunteered for this deployment because they needed experienced legal support and I wanted to provide that support for them.

While I respect and defend your right to free speech and expression, all comments are reviewed and monitored to ensure that they do not disrupt the flow of communication.  Comments that do not abide by these rules will not be posted or allowed to remain posted:

  1. Graphic, obscene, explicit, or racial comments.  Comments that are abusive, hateful or intended to defame anyone or any organization will also not be permitted.
  2. Solicitations or advertisements are not permitted.
  3. The promotion of illegal activity will not be permitted.
  4. You participate at your own risk, and responsibility for your comments, username, or any other information you provide remains with you.
  5. You understand that limited internet accessibility may delay the publication of your comments for some time; there is no need to resubmit comments which do not immediately appear.

I’ve adapted the above policies from the Army’s official blog (link in the sidebar) for use here.  Even though I do not represent the Army in any official capacity, my intent is to maintain this site within the Army’s already established norms.


1.  This site is neither endorsed nor approved by either the U.S. Army or the JAG Corps.  JAGNCO.com is a personal website which I use to discuss cases that have hit the news, and break the issues down so the general public can understand what’s happening in that particular case.

2.  This site is not a substitute for obtaining advice from your servicing legal assistance office.  While I do post some information that is of use, that information is pulled directly from the appropriate regulations.  I merely state what the regulation says you have to do, not what you should do with your particular issue; it’s for informational purposes only.  If you need advice on how you should proceed with your issue,then you need to talk to a legal assistance attorney.