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Fort Bragg UCMJ Defense Lawyer

Fayetteville Military Misconduct Attorney

For experienced, aggressive defense representation in Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) defense matters at U.S. installations or anywhere in the world, the lawyer to contact is Todd C. Conormon at The Military Justice Center in North Carolina.

With 30 years of military law experience, former Judge Advocate Todd C. Conormon brings a belief in the law, belief in you and your rights to the defense of servicemen and service women charged with military offenses. Under his leadership, The Military Justice Center works hard to preserve your military career and future civilian opportunities. He is fully prepared to bring his legal leadership to military personnel around the world.

Todd's military defense practice features creative strategies and attentive personal service for cases that include War Crimes, Courts-Martial, Nonjudicial Punishment (Article 15) military investigations (CID investigations, Commander's Inquires, and 15-6 Investigations), Boards of Inquiry, Separation actions, Reprimands, Security Clearance issues, and other legal matters. He can also apply his 30 years of experience and proven skills to cases of personal injury, medical malpractice (to include Federal claims against Military Hospitals), traffic violations and any other legal matters.

At The Military Justice Center in Fayetteville, our only mission is justice for you. The positive results that our attorney has achieved for many clients nationally and around the world are proof of that commitment.

Proud to Serve the Men and Woman of the Armed Services for 30 Years

The Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) provides the definition for offenses that would not be considered crimes in the civilian world, including:

  • War crimes
  • Failure to report for duty, unauthorized absence (UA), absence without leave (AWOL) and desertion
  • Conduct Unbecoming an Officer
  • Insubordination, Disobeying Orders and Disrespect
  • Fraternization
  • Adultery
  • Dereliction of Duty

Regarding AWOL offenses, a military member can be charged with desertion, a federal crime, after 30 days of absence without leave. If you, a friend, family member or loved one is an AWOL member of the military, you should contact The Military Justice Center immediately. We provide experienced, dedicated defense representation to sailors, soldiers, marines and airmen around the world who are accused of committing military offenses.

Discuss the details of your case in a confidential initial consultation with Fort Bragg UCMJ defense attorney Todd C. Conormon in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Call 866-588-1217 toll free.

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Todd C. Conormon Attorney P.A.

120 Westlake Road, Suite 6
Fayetteville, NC 28314
Phone: 910-249-9020
Toll Free: 866-588-1217
Fax: 910-826-2234
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Todd C. Conormon Attorney P.A. and The Military Justice Center serve clients in North Carolina cities such as Fayetteville, Raleigh, Spring Lake, Raeford, Jacksonville, Havelock, Goldsboro, Morehead City, as well as Cumberland County, Onslow County and Wayne County. He provides worldwide representation of military personnel from Fort Bragg, Fort Stewart, Fort Lee, Fort Hood, Fort Lewis, Fort Jackson, Fort Gordon, Fort Huachuca, Camp LeJeune, Cherry Point, Seymour Johnson Air Force Base; as well at U.S. Armed Forces installations worldwide to include Iraq, Afghanistan and Korea.