Tenacious Advocacy for United States Service Members
If you have been accused of a crime while serving in the United States
military, discuss your case immediately with a knowledgeable court martial
attorney at The Federal Practice Group.
Military criminal defense cases tend to be significantly different than
civilian proceedings, so it is essential to work with an attorney who
is fully prepared to defend your rights at this level.
The Federal Practice Group has military criminal defense lawyers for:
- Driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol / drugs
- Sex offenses
- National security law violations
- Officer misconduct
- Adultery / fraternization
- Confidential informants
- Security detentions and extraditions
- Absent Without Leave (AWOL) / Unauthorized Absence (UA)
- Drug test failure
- Law of Armed Conflict (LOAC) or "war crimes" accusations
- Military administrative law violations
Defending Your Rights, Reputation, & Future
If convicted of any of these or similar crimes, you could face penalties
comparable to those administered in a civilian court, such as fines, incarceration,
military penalties, and possible demotion. A criminally convicted member
of the United States Armed Forces could even face dishonorable discharge
from his or her branch of service.
The Federal Practice Group has been providing diligent criminal defense
for military members for many years.
If you or someone in your family has been charged with a crime,
contact an attorney
from the firm for help, or schedule a
. The Federal Practice Group serves clients all over the world. Wherever
you are stationed, an attorney from the firm can help you fight for your
reputation and freedom.