Fayetteville Military Criminal Defense Lawyer
When a service member stationed in the U.S. or overseas allegedly violates military or civilian law, he or she risks great damage to personal and professional reputation, and harm to freedom and future.
When protection of your rights is what you need — at home or abroad — Todd C. Conormon can help with 30 years of experience, proven legal skills, attentive personal service and a track record of success that gives credibility to your version of events. His Military Service Center was founded and designed to safeguard the interests of people just like you, with concerned families just like yours.
Former Judge Advocate Todd Conormon is a trial attorney and dedicated military lawyer — dedicated to justice for you. He has represented thousands of clients, most of whom have been members of the military or their families. These cases include hundreds of courts-martial, administrative boards, military investigations and other military matters, in addition to cases in both state and federal court.
From start to finish of the legal process, you are assured of aggressive advocacy in hearings and at trial, skillful negotiation strategies and attentive personal service. These cornerstones of Todd's practice are the foundation of his reputation for results in military legal matters.
Don't delay the selection of the right attorney for you while prosecutors are busy mounting a case against you. Contact The Military Justice Center in Fayetteville to arrange an initial consultation at 866-588-1217, toll free. Your e-mail message will be responded to promptly.
Proudly Serving the Men and Women of the Armed Forces for 30 Years
Todd C. Conormon's comprehensive command of military law includes decades of participation in serious legal matters such as:
- Courts martial
- Military defense
- Officer misconduct
- AWOL/Unauthorized absence
- Administrative separations
- Article 32
- Command investigations
- Security clearances
- Boards of inquiry
- General Officer Memoranda of Reprimand
- Article 15
- War crimes
- 15-6 and military investigations
Since his release from active duty in 2005, Todd 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.
To arrange your initial consultation with Fort Bragg military law lawyer Todd C. Conormon, call 866-588-1217 toll free. If you are in custody and unable to travel to his Fayetteville law office, he can come to you.