Military Criminal Defense Lawyer
Computer crimes are among the most common crimes in the United States,
as well as in the military. Essentially, a crime is classified as a computer
crime when a criminal act is committed through the use of a computer.
These crimes can include theft crimes, child pornography, espionage, hacking
and much more. Members of the Armed Services who are accused of committing
a computer crime may face both command and criminal investigations which
can lead to demotion, court martial, dishonorable discharge, and criminal
penalties such as fines and prison time. Any serviceman or woman who has
been accused with a computer crime should seek the advice of a lawyer
as soon as possible in order to avoid eminent disaster in terms of military
career and possible conviction.
About Computer Crimes Investigations
It can be difficult to adequately defend against accusations of computer
crimes in a military investigation. In many cases, investigations may
reveal evidence that shows beyond a shadow of a doubt that a crime was
committed, and conclusions are made appropriately as to disciplinary action
or other consequences such as demotion or relief from service. In other
cases, however, subjects of a military investigation may find that they
suffer the consequences for a crime without sufficient evidence. This
can occur due to the fact that the military is not as limited as criminal
Our military criminal defense attorneys have experience in defending the
rights of the accused throughout the world in boards of inquiry hearings,
command investigations and other procedural hearings brought about by
the United States Military. The firm is skilled at handling these investigations,
and will work hard to see that your best interests are represented. The
legal team is committed to protecting the rights of the accused and will
make sure that every avenue for success is fully explored.
Contact a court martial lawyer from our team to learn more!