Fayetteville Court Martial Defense Attorney Todd C. Conormon
A Commander's Inquiry occurs when commanders suspect misconduct. This may include matters that range from accidents and minor infractions to potentially serious crimes such as assault, larceny and other military crimes.
If you face a Commander's Inquiry, you should speak first to an experienced military defense attorney before answering any question. If necessary, let an experienced attorney speak for you and aggressively protect your rights. The skilled lawyer who handles command investigations with poise and professionalism is Todd C. Conormon, founder of The Military Justice Center in Fayetteville, North Carolina
Former military Judge Advocate Todd C. Conormon founded The Military Justice Center for one reason — to aggressively seek justice for you when criminal charges arise during your tour of duty.
Todd's military defense practice offers creative strategies and attentive personal service for cases that include AWOL, Articles 15 and 32, security clearances, boards of inquiry and war crimes legal matters. His 30 years of experience with aggressive advocacy in military matters, on behalf of servicemen and women around the world, has established a recognized reputation for results.
The necessary first step in preparation for a command investigation is your initial consultation with Todd C. Conormon. Contact The Military Justice Center at 866-588-1217 toll free. Our only goal is justice for you.
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A criminal investigation may occur as a result of a command investigation. This chain of events can lead to problems above and beyond any disciplinary action taken by the military. If you have become the focus of a command investigation, it is important that you immediately retain the services of an experienced military criminal defense attorney to begin building your case.
Command investigations may not always start with an investigation of a criminal act — but an investigation of an unfavorable act could lead to exposure of a criminal offense, which may then call for charges, trial and possible conviction. Whether or not such an investigation results in criminal charges, potential penalties could have lasting effects on your career viability, within or outside of the military. Todd C. Conormon has the decades of experience and proven legal skills that can make an enormous positive difference in your case.
Arrange your initial consultation with our Fort Bragg command investigations attorney by calling toll free: 866-588-1217. The Military Justice Center gives prompt attention to your e-mail message.