North Carolina Courts-Martial Defense Lawyer
Are you a U.S. military service member facing a criminal investigation — and the possibility of a court martial conviction?
During his 30 years of experience as trial attorney and military lawyer, Todd has represented thousands of clients, especially military members and their families. These cases include hundreds of courts-martial, administrative boards and military investigations, in addition to cases in both state and federal courts.
Todd believes in zealous professional representation. He is committed to providing straightforward, superb and skilled legal advice and representation to every client.
Since his release from active duty in 2005, Todd C. Conormon has reorganized the Military Justice Center — and is ready to represent military personnel anywhere in the world. He uses his experience as a deployed staff Judge Advocate to communicate with active duty commanders and Judge Advocates worldwide.
As a civilian lawyer experienced in Military Law, Todd C. Conormon aggressively protects your rights in practice areas such as:
- Courts-martial — handling all types of summary, special and general courts-martial defense cases for charges of military offenses, fraud and larceny, sex crime and drug crime, assault and violent crime
- Military defense — safeguarding your interests for matters of officer misconduct, AWOL and unauthorized absence, urinalysis, command investigations, security clearances, boards of inquiry, general officer memoranda of reprimand, Articles 15 and 32, plus 15-6 and military investigations
- War crimes — representation when you face allegations of violations of rules of engagement (ROE), rules of war and the Geneva Convention
The Military Justice Center is equipped to handle a wide range of military and civilian legal matters. In addition to courts-martial, administrative boards, military investigators and other military matters, Todd C. Conormon is experienced with cases involving personal injury, medical malpractice, traffic violations and any other legal matters.
Proudly Serving the Men and Women of the Armed Forces for 30 Years
Contact us. To learn more about our law firm's reputation for results and to arrange your initial consultation with Fayetteville military law lawyer Todd C. Conormon of the Military Justice Center, call toll free: 866-588-1217. Your e-mail receives our prompt attention.