Military Law

Military Charges

Military courts martial are severe sanctions under the UCMJ, and come in three levels: Summary, Special, and General. Court martial convictions are the same as federal convictions and can result in imprisonment and/or punitive discharge.

Examples of this could be:
  • DUI and other alcohol related offenses.
  • Assault.
  • Sex crimes.
  • Military offenses: AWOL or Conduct Unbecoming,
  • Other offenses under the jurisdiction of the Uniform Code of Military Justice.
Potential outcomes may include:

Dismissal of charges, Reduction of the offense to NJP or Administrative Action in Lieu of Court Martial to lessen or avoid prison time, or possible dismissal of the charge as a result of an Article 32 hearing.

We represent all aspects of military justice

We also assist military members who may be under investigation by:
  • Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS)
  • Army Criminal Investigative Division (CID)
  • Air Force Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI)
  • FBI or the DEA.

We represent military members, active duty, reserve and national guard in all military justice and administrative personnel matters, from Courts-Martial to NJP or Article 15 or Captains Mast proceedings, and in Administrative Separation Actions, like discharge boards and review boards.

Our services extend to all branches of the U.S. Military, the Marine Corps, Army, Air Force, Navy, and Coast Guard. We represent military personnel in all 50 states and over overseas and in deployed areas.