Fayetteville Unauthorized Absence Defense Attorney
If you are a military service member facing serious charges of military desertion or AWOL, you could benefit from the support and solid counsel of an experienced defense attorney with a reputation for results.
Todd Conormon represents AWOL soldiers in North Carolina, nationally and internationally.
Todd C. Conormon, founder of The Military Justice Center in Fayetteville, has represented and counseled AWOL soldiers for 30 years. He has provided skilled, aggressive representation for servicemen and service women accused of a wide variety of military offenses. His experience as Judge Advocate, deep belief in your rights and reputation for results uniquely qualify him to protect your military career and professional future.
Depending on the specific circumstances of your case — the charges against you, the length of your unauthorized absence or reason for your failure to report — you could be at risk for punishments ranging from confinement to punitive discharge and a federal conviction. You should not confront these worst-case scenarios alone. Todd builds solid cases for his clients, investigates exhaustively and negotiates skillfully.
Contact The Military Justice Center today, toll free, from wherever you are in the world. 866-588-1217. Our only goal is justice for you.
Todd C. Conormon — Proudly Serving the Men and Women of the Armed Forces for 30 Years
Under the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ), you as a military service member can receive punishment for failure to report for duty if military prosecutors can show that, without authorization, you failed to go to an appointed place of duty in a timely manner; left your appointed place of duty; or vacated your unit, organization or required place of duty.
These offenses are known as Failure to Repair (FTR) Absence Without Official leave (AWOL), Unauthorized Absence (UA), Missing Movement (failure to deploy) and Desertion. For absences lasting more than 30 days, a federal warrant is issued for your arrest.
The military crimes put you at risk for a dishonorable discharge and jail time. If you, a family member or loved one is in the service and is absent without leave or has gone AWOL, it is extremely important to speak with Todd immediately for AWOL representation.
Contact Todd C. Conormon at The Military Justice Center in Fayetteville. Please call toll free to 866-588-1217 or send an e-mail.