Military Criminal Cases The Go-To Team for Criminal Defense in Texas 

Military Criminal Cases

Guy L. Womack. & Associates, P.C. represents clients throughout the world charged with military criminal offenses. The firm has traveled to Korea, Germany, Japan, Italy, Kuwait, and Iraq representing clients in all military instillations in the Army, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, National Guard and Marine Corps.

Guy Womack is a retired Lieutenant Colonel of Marines and has extensive experience in military law, including representing individuals who are facing courts-martial. Military law is a highly specific area of practice and experience with the military's court procedures is essential for proper and effective legal representation.

United States v. B.B. Army Captain accused by ex-wife of rape, forcible sodomy and aggravated assault. General Courts-Martial, Jury trial, Full Acquittal.

United States v. M.W. Army SGT charged with 2 specifications of negligent homicide for driving tracked vehicle over 2 Korean teenage girls. Jury trial by General Courts-Martial, at Camp Casey, ROK, acquitted on all. Riots erupt throughout S. Korea at announcement of verdict.

United States v. M.L. Army CWO, helo pilot, accused of tape-recording conversations of co-workers in violation of Federal wire-tapping laws. Charges dismissed.

United States v. D.B. Army Major confessed to wrongfully using government credit card to obtain money to pay for wife’s gambling debts. Case dismissed for insufficient evidence.

United States v. N.B. Army NCO, mail clerk, accused of stealing mail in Iraq. All charges dismissed.

United States v. SrA R.C. an Air Force Senior Airman was charged with distributing cocaine to fellow Airmen. The Government witnesses against him were 2 co-workers and a former girlfriend, all of whom testified under grants of immunity. The client was acquitted of all charges.

United States v. LTC G.M. an Army Chaplain in Europe was charged with aggravated assault upon his dependant wife. The charges accused the officer with having dislocated his wife's collar bone during a violent assault, and with having beaten her over a six-month period preceding the dislocation. Government evidence included testimony from the estranged wife, a neighbor claiming to have witnessed the bruising for six months, an Emergency Room doctor and X-rays of injuries. After aggressive cross-examination of the estranged wife, and presentation of the Defense case, the members acquitted the officer of all charges.

United States. v. SPC S.B. a soldier was charged with assault with intent to commit murder and other offenses, stemming from an incident that occurred in Iraq. Numerous government witnesses testified that the accused stole a buddy's M-4 Carbine, approached two medics, chambered a round, leveled the rifle and fired several rounds at the two. The defense case consisted of aggressive cross-examination of the Government witnesses and witnesses testifying to the bad character of the alleged victims and the good character of the accused. The accused was acquitted of all assault charges.

United States v. SFC M.R. an Army Medic accused of aggravated assault on pregnant female and resisting arrest. After trial, acquitted of assault charges and lost only one stripe for resisting arrest.

Why We Are Effective

6 Reasons to Hire Us
  • 55 Years of Combined Experience
  • Thousands of Cases Successfully Defended
  • Hundreds of Jury Trials Handled
  • Highly Respected by the Legal Community
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  • Accessible & Responsive Representation
A Winning Attitude

At Womack & Associates we always fight for the best possible results for our clients and our track record shows that. We've handled 1,000s of jury trials in state, federal, and military courts and have maintained a high rate of not-guilty verdicts, acquittals, and dismissals. 

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