Apologies if this was posted elsewhere before, but I didn’t see it: according to this article in the Air Force Times, the Murphy case has been referred to trial. The thirteen specifications that made the referral include nine instances of conduct unbecoming, three specifications of larceny over $500, and one spec of violating a lawful general regulation. Nine specs were dismissed prior to the scheduled date of Colonel Murphy’s Article 32 hearing (which Colonel Murphy subsequently waived).
Interestingly, the Times article states that the larceny specs are unrelated to the licensure issues that formed the original core of the charges. I hadn’t heard that before.