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Another year has come to an end, and it was another gratifying year of defending those who defend us! This has been our busiest year to date, and we want to sincerely thank our clients for allowing us the privilege of representing them and their families. Thank you all so much for your service and your sacrifice!
As former active duty military defense JAG lawyers, and now as civilian court-martial defense attorneys, we strive to help military members and their families during very difficult times. Therefore, we measure the term “success” by how well we were able to help our clients and their families with outcomes that positively resolved the military cases, allegations, adverse actions and investigations they faced – not by our financial bottom line.
Looking back on 2019, it was marked by positive outcomes and grateful clients – from court-martial trials dropped and won to successful appeals and responses to other military adverse actions and discipline. These outcomes are extremely gratifying for us. Some of the successes from this past year have been documented in our blog (when we have time to post updates).
This past year, I defended, represented, advised, counseled or otherwise assisted clients and/or handled cases out of:
– Fort Sam Houston (San Antonio, Texas)
– Fort Bragg (Fayetteville, North Carolina)
– Fort Drum (New York)
– Fort Buchanan (Puerto Rico)
– USAG Yongsan (Korea)
– Fort Irwin (California)
– U.S. Army, 21st Sustainment Command (Kaiserslautern, Germany)
– Naval Base San Diego (San Diego, California)
– Naval Support Activity Bahrain
Some of the cases, allegations and military law issues I handled this past year included:
Some of the adverse actions I have defended against this past year have included:
To review case summaries from many of the cases I mention above, please review my past blog posts.
We are very thankful for the successful outcomes we have been able to secure for our clients this past year.However, we always warn, while the military court-martial trials and other military cases described in our blog posts were successfully defended against, it is important to understand that every case has different facts, evidence, and participants, and success in previous military courts-martial and military cases does not guarantee success in any particular future court-martial or military case. No military lawyer or civilian defense lawyer, including those who specialize in military law, can guarantee the outcome of any military case or military trial.
Given the potential consequences to military careers, families and personal freedom when facing military discipline, adverse action and/or court-martial trial, it is critical to be defended by a lawyer with experience in military law. For those seeking assistance, we offer free initial case consultations. >