Military Criminal Defense Attorney
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For more than two decades, Military Attorney Guy Womack has been fighting for the rights of military personnel in court-martial proceedings all over the United States, and even internationally. Our legal team represents members of the Armed Forces across the globe. As a former military judge, infantry officer, and retired, he is more than capable of performing his duties in the court room with skillful abilities. He is well known for his aggressive and successful military criminal defense techniques and has been featured on virtually every major news media outlet for several infamous cases.
Whether the criminal accusation you face is assault, a drug offense, fraud offense, officer misconduct, a sex offense, or you are facing a court martial or discharge hearing, our military lawyer can help. There are few military attorneys that have the level of experience and understanding of the inner working of military court that we bring to the table. In fact, Attorney Guy Womack received three awards from the U.S. Attorney General for his service as a judge advocate.
Why people choose Guy L. Womack & Associates, P.C.:
- Backed by a proven history of success
- Free case evaluations
- Thousands of cases successfully handled
- Representation backed by 55 years of combined legal experience
The military defense attorneys at our firm are incredibly well-versed in their legal abilities and are highly regarded by peers and clients. Should you choose to hire the legal services offered at our firm, you can trust that we will go above and beyond to protect your rights from the allegations you face.
We Fly to Any Country to Defend You
Our firm is located in Houston, Texas, but we fly to any country in the world to assist our clients in defending against military legal action. We have served in thousands of jury trials in military, federal and state court, and we have over 55 years of combined experience. The dangers present in military court outstrip even federal court, and the current conviction rate is above 90%. It could not be more important that you have a military lawyer that fully understands military law and military justice.
We are here to fight for you. Our legal team has successfully handled thousands of cases and we have a great depth of experience in military law and in military court.
Recognized Throughout the U.S. and Worldwide
Mr. Womack has been featured as a guest on CNN, Fox News, MSNBC, Good Morning America, Court TV, and locally in Houston on KTRK-TV. Highly respected for his legal acumen, he has often been interviewed on legal matters of military justice on these and other media outlets. You can reach the firm directly and get help, and it is advised that you do so before your case progresses any further through the military justice system. The legal team will act quickly to assist you and will initiate legal actions to help you fight back. Your future military career and freedom is at risk. Call today.
Your Rights in Military Court
You may be in legal trouble, but you hold the same rights as other Americans. Our firm aggressively protects the rights of each client we represent and we fight back at every possible level. As with a civilian, you have the right to remain silent and to refuse to answer any question that could incriminate you. You have the right to be informed of the criminal act you are suspected of committing. Under the USMJ, you have the right to be informed that you have the right to remain silent, and that any statements, whether oral or in writing that you provide could be used against you. Never answer questions without first talking to a military lawyer. Exercise your right to remain silent and contact our firm.
What to Do if You're Arrested
If you are under investigation on a criminal matter and any member of the CID, USACIDC, AFOSI, NCIS or other military section wants to interrogate you, it is imperative that you immediately state that you do not waive your right to remain silent, that you want the interview to come to a stop, and that you want to speak to an attorney, and that you wish to leave the interview. Should the interrogator continue to try to engage you in conversation, remain silent except for this demand. You have the right to do so. Don't fall into the trap of giving information to investigators - it is likely to turn out badly for you.