Boards of Inquiry
Military Criminal Defense Attorney
A Board of Inquiry is an administrative procedure that occurs most often
when a member of the Armed Services commits an error or an act that reflects
upon him or the service. Generally composed of three officers, Boards
of Inquiry are brought about to investigate the act committed by the person,
not just in the context of the event itself, but also by examining the
specific person in terms of record in the Armed Services. There are a
variety of outcomes that are possible at the conclusion of Boards of Inquiry,
and the negative consequences can impact one's ability to succeed,
both in the military and in other careers.
A Board of Inquiry hearing can be devastating for any number of reasons
including demotion, both of station and pay, dishonorable
discharge before becoming vested in a retirement plan, and others. Engaging in these
hearings without proper legal support will likely leave you extremely
vulnerable. For these reasons, it is critical that a qualified, accomplished
military criminal defense lawyer hear the details of the incident to make
a proper determination in terms of defense strategy.
Quality Counsel for Boards of Inquiry
The Federal Practice Group Worldwide Service is a team of dedicated veteran
military attorneys who have a deep understanding of military law and process.
Our firm is able to effectively represent clients worldwide, with a thorough,
detailed strategy that will provide the best possible chance at success.
The attorney from the firm protects your rights if you are the subject
of a Board of Inquiry, and the military criminal defense attorneys will
fight for you throughout the process. The legal team at the firm fights
to assist clients to avoid many of the negative consequences of Boards
of Inquiry hearings such as demotion, discharge and others.
Contact a court martial lawyer from our office today to learn more!