Military Criminal Defense Attorney Fighting for Your Rights
Misconduct may be grounds for the involuntary discharge of a service member characterized as, "under other than honorable conditions." A general condition may be granted for cases involving minor misconduct, but this is rare.
Potential grounds for administrative discharge as based upon misconduct may include: drug use, commission of a serious offense, a civilian conviction, pattern of misconduct, or minor disciplinary infractions. Unlike a discharge based upon physical, mental or performance reasons, a misconduct separation denotes that the service member is at fault for his or her misconduct. Many drug offenses are handled as administrative discharges on the grounds of misconduct.
Many of the actions addressed in officer misconduct discharges may also be addressed by court-martial. In some cases, undergoing an administrative discharge may limit the service member’s rights because he or she is not granted the protection a court-martial setting may offer. A service member may also face a misconduct discharge after he or she is acquitted at court-martial.
Accused of misconduct? Contact a Military Lawyer
If you are facing discharge on the grounds of officer misconduct or a related matter, an experienced military attorney from Guy L. Womack & Associates, P.C. can offer you the dedicated legal representation you need. With extensive experience in military court-martial proceedings as well as administrative discharge hearings, attorney Guy Womack and his legal team can offer you the one-on-one service and aggressive representation you deserve. The firm is based in Houston, Texas and takes on military law cases throughout the U.S. and worldwide.
In facing the possibility of court-martial or an administrative discharge, your future in the military and your freedom are on the line. Be sure you secure the legal counsel of an experienced professional who can serve to protect your rights every single step of the way.
Contact a military criminal defense lawyer from Guy L. Womack & Associates, P.C. today regarding you officer misconduct case.
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