Conn. Agencies Regs. § 27-140c-6 - Determination of fault or misconduct

Current through March 4, 2022

(a) If an applicant has been discharged under honorable conditions or conditions other than honorable, or such other similar discharge but is still ordered to fulfill a reserve obligation, he is eligible for the bonus.
(b) The eligibility or ineligibility of the applicant to receive benefits from the Veterans Administration will be a factor considered by the treasurer to establish no fault or misconduct by the applicant.
(c) Discharges under honorable conditions or under conditions other than honorable which will not be considered to have been based upon fault or misconduct include but are not limited to the following:
1. Discharges solely because of psychological or medical reasons, with supporting medical opinions;
2. Discharges because of a bona fide conscientious objector status of the applicant;
3. Discharges because of an applicant's admitted homosexuality, absent any homosexual activities while the applicant is in the service; and
4. Discharges based upon other conditions which are beyond the control of the applicant.
(d) Discharges under honorable conditions or under conditions other than honorable which will be considered to have been based upon fault or misconduct include but are not limited to the following:
1. Discharges based on certain unfavorable decisions of court martial or civilian courts;
2. Discharges because of use of drugs, liquor or other conduct of the applicant which is not due to conditions beyond his control; and
3. Any discharge of the applicant which the treasurer determines is due to the applicant's attempt to avoid his military commitment to service.

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Conn. Agencies Regs. § 27-140c-6
Effective June 27, 1973

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