Drug Offenses in a Military Case
Military Drug Offense Attorneys
All military services have developed no-tolerance methods of investigating and prosecuting all types of drug offenses, whether on or off-base. A drug crime that occurs while a service member is off-duty or off-base will most likely still be grounds for court-martial or administrative discharge procedures, as the military continues to exercise jurisdiction in almost all of these matters.
Military Discharge for Drugs Cases
- Positive Drug Test Results
- Drug Possession
- Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
- Sale of Drugs
- Trafficking of Drugs
- Cultivation of Drugs
Representation at Court-Martial or Discharge Hearings
If you are a service member and have been accused of a drug crime of any kind, it is important that you have a legal professional to protect your rights. Guy L. Womack & Associates, P.C. can offer you the legal counsel you need, whether this is in the face of a court-martial or discharge hearing. With extensive military experience both as a service member and in regard to military law, military attorney Guy L. Womack has what it takes to effectively represent your interests. The firm offers a free initial consultation with a skilled military drug crime attorney, thereby giving you the opportunity to become more educated about your rights and your legal options.
Drug Abuse in the Military
Personal drug abuse is the most common form of drug crime prosecuted in the military. In these situations, allegations are most often based upon one incident, as confirmed by urinalysis or possibly a blood test. Drug abuse may be considered a form of officer misconduct and therefore may result in an administrative discharge, but a service member may also face court-martial. In some cases a court-martial acquittal may be followed by misconduct discharge proceedings. Depending upon the case, the service member may face confinement, pay reduction, involuntary discharge, and more.
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