Military Criminal Defense Lawyer
Being convicted by a
General Court Martial or a
Special Court Martial can be an overwhelming experience leaving you feeling hopeless and alone.
You do not have to face this alone, and your situation may not be hopeless.
Contact a tireless and caring criminal defense attorney without delay
to help you determine your options under the
UCMJ which includes a right to appeal your conviction. The appeal process begins
when a request is submitted to the Court of Criminal Appeals. Navy and
Marine personnel submit their requests to the Navy-Marine Corps Court
of Criminal Appeals, or the NMCCA.
Army personnel submit requests to the Army Court of Criminal Appeals. These
courts will review the case examining any possible errors, conflicts between
the facts, or incorrect sentencing. The procedures and legal issues involved
can be very complicated. At The Federal Practice Group Worldwide Service,
their talented team of attorneys is very well-versed in military appellate
law and may be able to assist you in tenaciously pursuing a successful appeal.
If your appeal is heard by your particular branch's court of appeals
and your conviction is not overturned, you may have further options. The
United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces, often referred to
as the CAAF, may offer you another chance to appeal. The CAAF will only
consider matters of law and will not overturn a jury's verdict. The
resourceful and confident court martial attorneys at the firm will energetically
pursue every available option in seeking an effective appeal strategy.
Contact a court martial attorney today!
No matter the branch of service or offense in question, the appeals process
is exceptionally complex. With so much at stake, you do not want to risk
your future in the hands of an inexperienced attorney who is unaware of
the intricacies of the appeals process and the UCMJ. With their experience,
you can feel confident in the established attorneys at the firm. They
are committed to working closely with you, no matter where you are in
the world, seeking an optimal outcome to your appeal.