Military Defense Law Offices
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Washington DC Military Defense


Civilian court-martial defense lawyer and military criminal defense attorney Richard V. Stevens (former active duty JAG defense lawyer) has a worldwide military defense law practice.  He exclusively defends military members facing military adverse actions, including court-martial (military trial), discharge boards/separation boards/elimination boards, military discipline, and military investigations (including AFOSI, CID, NCIS, CGIS, IG, and command investigations).  He defends members of all military branches stationed around the world and he travels to wherever the client is stationed to defend them, when necessary. 

Many of the cases attorney Richard V. Stevens has defended over the years have been in or around the National Capital Region, Washington, DC, Maryland and Virginia, including:

– Joint Base Andrews Naval Air Facility

– Andrews AFB

– Bolling AFB

– The Pentagon

– Bethesda National Naval Medical Center

– Walter Reed Army Medical Center

– Fort McNair

– Fort Myer

– Fort Belvoir

– Fort Detrick

– Fort Lee

– Fort Meade, Maryland

– Fort Eustis

– Fort Story

– Fort A.P. Hill

– Washington Navy Yard

– U.S. Coast Guard Headquarters

– Patuxent River Naval Air Station

– Indian Head Naval Surface Warfare Center

– Aberdeen Proving Grounds

– Annapolis Naval Station

– U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis

– Langley AFB, Virginia

– Little Creek Naval Amphibious Base

– Norfolk Naval Station

– Oceana Naval Air Station

As a military law specialist, attorney Richard V. Stevens’ military legal defense practice includes all types of military specific adverse actions such as:

– General court-martial (military criminal trial)

– Special court-martial (military criminal trial)

– Summary court-martial (military criminal trial)

– Court-martial clemency

– Court-martial appeal

– Article 32 hearings

– Military discharge or separation, including show cause, board of inquiry and elimination boards

– Military discipline

– UCMJ actions

– Article 15, Nonjudicial Punishment (NJP), Captain’s Mast

– Admonition (letter of admonition – LOA)

– Reprimand (GOMOR or letter of reprimand – LOR)

– Demotion

– Investigations by IG, CID, AFOSI, NCIS, CGIS, AR 15-6, CDI, command

– Board of Correction for Military Records (BCMR) appeals

– Negative performance report or evaluation report appeals

– Security clearance issues

– Medical board cases and hearings (MEB, PEB)

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