Civilian Convictions for U.S. Military Members
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When you are in the military and charged with a civilian offense, such as DWI or DUI, drug crimes, violent crimes, sex crimes, theft crimes or anything else, you will need an aggressive defender who specializes in military criminal defense to help protect your future. Being convicted of one of these offenses, no matter how severe, can result in a dishonorable discharge on top of other harsh consequences. Fortunately, you may be given the opportunity to have your case heard at a discharge hearing, where you will be able to defend your case.
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With representation from a seasoned military lawyer, you may be able to avoid a dishonorable discharge for your charges. At this administrative hearing, you will present your case and, with help from your attorney, you may avoid separation from the service. In most cases, when the administrative meeting is called, it is generally due to an involuntary discharge or other than honorable discharge that is occurring.
With an other than honorable (dishonorable) discharge on your criminal record, you may find it nearly impossible to ever retain employment. Schedule a case evaluation with Guy L. Womack & Associates, P.C. immediately if you have been convicted of a civilian crime and you potentially face an administrative separation from the military.
Civilian Conviction Lawyer Defending Military Service Members
Whether you are in the Army, Navy, Marines or Air Force, you risk being discharged from the military in some form of an administrative hearing. It is important to secure legal representation at your soonest convenience and begin working on building your case. You will need extensive evidence and proof that you should not be discharged from the military in order to challenge your case.
Aggravated Assault No Criminal Charges Filed
U.S. v. LTC GW
Officer Misconduct Receive Only Minor Punishments
U.S. v. GySgt PAE
Rape Investigation Dropped - NCO's Career Unaffected
U.S. v. SGT KG
Rape Not Guilty of All Charges
U.S. v. TSGT G, USAF
Negligent Homicide Acquitted
United States v. M.W.
Officer Misconduct Charges Dismissed
United States v. M.L.
Deserting Prior Command and Compromising Classified Information General Discharge Under Honorable Conditions
United States v. SrA AH, USAF
Rape Administrative Discharge in Lieu of Trial
United States v. SSGT JAM, USAF
Wrongful Use of Steroids Board Found No Misconduct by Client
U.S. v. GySgt AJB
Marine NCO Involved With a Civilian Pharmaceutical Sales Agent Charges Dropped
U.S. v. CPL AVC