Facing Criminal Action?

Remember that you have constitutionally protected rights no chain of command can disregard. Your sacrifice for your country does not invalidate your absolute rights under the United States Constitution, such as the right against self-incrimination, and access to legal counsel. A dedicated expert in military justice can guide you through your legal proceedings.

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We specialize in the criminal defense of military service members in the southeastern U.S. and across the globe, with nearly a decade of experience handling courts-martial and appeals, military boards, and SCRA violations.

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Practice Areas

Military law is a complex and daunting realm. Navigating it with the guidance of an experienced civilian defense attorney can help you achieve the most favorable outcome. Military Justice Attorneys, LLC, are experts in:

Courts-Martial

A court-martial is the military’s version of a trial, in which alleged service member misconduct is evaluated and punishment rendered by other members of the military. Type of court-martial depends on the seriousness of the crime, the legal process, and the severity of punishment.

Military Boards

These administrative proceedings handle discharges from service, grade and career determinations, and other non-criminal matters. Varieties include Administrative Discharge Boards, Boards of Inquiry, Discharge Review Boards, and Physical Evaluation Boards.

Courts-Martial Appeals

Justice is not always served at a trial. Every military branch has a Court of Criminal Appeals to review decisions originally meted out by courts-martial. An appeal constitutes the military justice system’s final opportunity for righting a wrong.

Servicemembers' Civil Relief Act (SCRA)

This Congressional act provides a wide range of financial and legal protections for military service members, so they might deploy or execute permanent change of station orders free from stress over credit card debt, mortgages, and eviction.