Joint Base Lewis-McChord Criminal Defense Lawyer
Fighting to Protect Your Rights and Future
If you are serving at Joint Base Lewis-McChord and are under investigation or charged with a crime, you are facing a challenging legal problem. Military justice is harsh, and it wouldn’t be uncommon to feel that judgment has already been passed on you. When your military career, income, and reputation are at stake, you need the help of a skilled military criminal defense attorney. At Guy L. Womack & Associates, P.C., your defense will be managed by a lawyer who is respected in the legal community.
Schedule your free consultation today by calling us at (713) 364-9913.
You Have Rights
Under Article 31 of the UCMJ, you must be advised of your rights before you are interrogated or asked to make a statement. You must also be informed of the nature of the offense. These rights are important to members of the Armed Forces due to the structure of the military. Questions asked by a person in a superior rank or position can be interpreted as a command. A number of criminal cases occurring at Joint Base Lewis-McChord involve violations of Article 31 rights.
What We Do
At Guy L. Womack & Associates, P.C., our firm represents accused members of the military serving at Joint Base Lewis-McChord. Our firm has a track record of success in a range of legal matters.
We handle numerous cases, including but not limited to:
- Court-martial appeals
- Discharge hearings
- Drug crimes
- Fraud crimes
- Officer misconduct
- Sex offenses
Why Choose Us?
Working toward a favorable outcome in a criminal case requires skill, knowledge, and experience. You have the right to an attorney, supplied to you by the military. These attorneys are often young, inexperienced, and, no matter how well-intentioned, may not have the insight into the inner workings of the system to achieve a favorable outcome.
When under the care of our attorney Guy Womack, you are being represented by a former judge advocate and retired lieutenant colonel of the Marine Corps. Don’t entrust a criminal case to a lawyer without this level of experience, as a conviction can destroy your military career, lose your pay and pension, and lead to years in confinement.