Don't mess with the Navy.
Lots of government entities allow employees to "buy" retirement credits for time they spent in the military. Another perquisite of service. Timothy Lanquist and Thomas Temple want to make the buy. Not only for their time in the "actual" military, but also for their four years they spent as a student at the Naval Academy.
The trial court doesn't let 'em do it. The Court of Appeal reverses.
One of the plaintiffs, Thomas Temple, is an attorney, employed by the Ventura County Counsel's office. And a graduate of the University of San Diego School of Law. Both Mr. Lanquist and Mr. Temple prosecuted their matters pro per.
Lots of other jurisdictions don't allow credit for time spent at the various military academies. As of today, California goes the other way.