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Attorney Richard V. Stevens is located in the Washington D.C. area and attorney Frank J. Spinner is located in Colorado Springs, CO. This provides close access to a large number of major military bases. However, when necessary, we travel to meet with our clients wherever they are stationed or serving around the world.

Working with Our Military Defense Law Firm

Attorney Richard V. Stevens and attorney Frank J. Spinner have separate and independent law practices, with no common clients, offices, or personnel. Each attorney represents military clients stationed anywhere in the world. When not together in person, we can coordinate with you through video chat, phone, email, or other electronic messaging.

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Attorney Richard Stevens

Mr. Stevens has been handling military cases since 1995. He has defended military cases dealing with the most serious military offenses, including allegations of “war crimes,” national security cases, murder, manslaughter, homicide, rape, sexual assault, other sex related offenses, drug offenses, computer crimes (pornography), larceny, fraud, AWOL/desertion, conduct unbecoming, military academy offenses, offenses within combat zones, senior officer cases and other military specific offenses around the world. [ Attorney Bio ]

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    - Former Senior Military JAG Attorney

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    - Former Senior Military Judge

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    - Former Military Staff Judge Advocate and Trial Judge

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    - Senior Court Reporter

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