Veteran Courts-Martial Attorney
Military Criminal Defense Lawyer in Houston
For more than 35 years, Military Criminal Defense Attorney Guy L. Womack of Guy L. Womack & Associates, P.C. has successfully provided legal representation to members of the military accused of committing a criminal violation, all while adhering to the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ).
As a retired Lieutenant Colonel of Marines with a decade of active duty and a more decade in the United States Marine Corps reserves, Attorney Womack has the insight and experience required to provide you with dependable legal advocacy for your court-martial. When so much is hanging in the balance, you cannot afford to go with a lawyer who is less qualified.
Call the firm today at (713) 364-9913 for a free consultation.
Courts-Martial and Military Law Experience
A court-martial must be completed to the satisfaction of strict guidelines as established by the UCMJ, making it one of the most intricate and delicate areas of military law. Obtaining a positive conclusion to your criminal defense case will often rely entirely on the know-how and dedication of your chosen defense attorney, and this importance is increased tenfold when it comes to courts-martial. Throughout his years of practice, Mr. Womack has been able to learn military court procedure as if it were second nature, and he has represented service personnel in all branches of the United States Armed Forces.
He can protect the rights military clients through cases including:
As members of the military know firsthand, the best solution is sometimes a direct path to victory, no matter the strength of the opposition or the obstacles on the way. To this end, Military Criminal Defense Attorney Womack prepares every case as if it will go to a jury trial, where he truly excels with his aggression, tenacity, and unparalleled comprehension of your rights as granted to you through the United States Constitution. Should it appear that a conviction is certain due to overwhelming evidence against you, he can employ his creativity and negotiation prowess to secure you a reduced sentence.
Backed by a History of Service
Although his law firm may be physically located in Houston, Texas, Attorney Womack is able and willing to travel anywhere in the world if it means protecting your rights as a proud and honorable member of the United States military. If you are located on a military base or posted at on a foreign site, he has the right to board and use military aircraft to reach you. Finding another military criminal defense lawyer who can honestly make that claim could be a difficult, time-consuming task.
Towards the beginning of the Iraq War (2004) and the global war on terrorism, news media sources, such as CNN and Fox News, began covering a story centered on a member of the United States Army who had allegedly abused detainees at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq. Attorney Womack took up the defense case of the service member, travelling to Baghdad to do so. He would later be selected by several news sources as a commentator on acceptable military law practices and how they pertained to the Iraq War.
Protection You Deserve as a Protector Yourself
Shielding the ones who protect us from the insidious actions of threats, both foreign and domestic, is an honor for Attorney Womack. When you retain the legal services of his firm, you will quickly see how his passion for his work and compassion towards the military members he represents allows him to excel.
If you have a scheduled courts-martial and do not know where to turn for help, do not hesitate to contact us today.
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
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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