Camp Lejeune Military Criminal Attorney
Defending Against Accusations
If you are serving in the Marine Corps and stationed at Camp Lejeune, being accused of a crime and facing a court-martial, you need a military criminal lawyer to protect your rights. The consequences of a conviction can destroy your military career, and unfortunately, the odds are stacked against you. Even with the presumption of innocence, don’t expect kindness, mercy, or to be treated as if you are not guilty. The first and most urgent action is to retain the services of a skilled military criminal lawyer.
Why Choose Guy L. Womack & Associates, P.C.?
When your freedom, finances, rank, and reputation are at stake, you need an experienced attorney. Attorney Guy Womack has handled thousands of cases in state, federal, and military court, with an impressive record of success that includes not-guilty verdicts, acquittals, and dismissals. Put your case in the hands of a retired lieutenant colonel of the Marine Corps who has served as a judge advocate.
Discuss your case during a free consultation by calling us at (713) 364-9913.
Cases We Handle at Camp Lejeune
If you are facing charges at Camp Lejeune, the earlier we get involved in protecting your rights, the better it could be for you. Exercise your right to remain silent and contact our firm immediately if you are under investigation in a criminal matter. Under Article 31 of the UCMJ, you have the right to be informed of the nature of the crime when being questioned.
You may believe that it is in your best interests to respond to questioning by the CID, PMO, NCIS, or other criminal investigation units, but without legal counsel, you may put yourself at risk.
Our firm offers legal representation for a range of offenses, including:
- Courts-martial appeals
- Discharge hearings
- Drug charges
- Sex offenses
- Assault charges
- Fraud charges
- Officer misconduct
Call Us Today
If you are facing charges, are under investigation, or are being asked to provide information in a criminal case, it is imperative that your rights are protected.