‘No Means Keep Going’: Navy Commander Admits Confusion in Attempted Rape Case

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San Diego — A former U.S. Navy commander accused of attempted rape testified that he believed “no means keep going” when he was trying to seduce an intoxicated woman who was once his subordinate.

Earlier, Neuhart testified that there was confusion over a safe word, believing “no meant go.” He also said although she was saying stop, her body language didn’t match what she was saying.

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Kerry L. Armstrong


Attorney Kerry Armstrong opened up his law firm in June 2007. Mr. Armstrong attended Thomas Jefferson School of Law, San Diego, California, and received his B.S. from Middle Tennessee State University. Kerry L. Armstrong became certified by the State Bar of California’s Board of Legal Specialization for criminal law in August 2020, making him one of the few criminal defense attorneys with a criminal law legal specialization certificate in San Diego County.  Between 2014 – 2019, Mr. Armstrong was selected for inclusion in the California Super Lawyers list, an honor only awarded to 5% of the nation’s attorneys.

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