UA & AWOL
A service member absent without permission or leave can suffer significant consequences. Penalties such as imprisonment and court-martial are a definite possibility. The pressures armed service members endure can be traumatic and they often become overwhelmed. If you have not returned to your station yet, there may be a warrant out for your arrest. Regardless of your reason, you should contact an attorney to receive compassionate and aggressive defense counsel on your AWOL case.
UA or unauthorized absence is a problem in the military. Service members often find themselves nervous with their duties or face personal problems that must be addressed. The charges against you are serious and can affect your life for years into the future if not handled carefully by a skilled lawyer. The time for a strong legal presence is now.
The Federal Practice Group understands what you are going through and wants to help get your matter resolved. We bring military law experience to the courtroom and have helped resolve similar issues for many members of the military successfully. The firm understands that you may have left to tend to family issues or had trouble coping with your deployment. The first step to ensuring these reasons are heard and considered is contacting a highly quality, experienced military criminal lawyer to discuss your options and defense.
DEFENSE FOR UA/AWOL CASES
There are specific military procedures when defending this charge and they can be confusing if you do not have experience in military law. The law firm wants to help resolve your legal issue with the fewest personal and professional repercussions. You do not want to lose you freedom based upon an unauthorized leave or case of AWOL. Military desertion is very serious and you need to contact a firm that has the experience to defend your case. Contact a military criminal defense attorney from our team to learn more!
CONTACT THE FEDERAL PRACTICE GROUP
The proven attorneys at The Federal Practice Group have over a century of combined experience successfully assisting federal employees through the most difficult periods of their lives and careers.