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North Carolina War Crime Defense Attorney

Fayetteville Military War Crimes Lawyer Todd C. Conormon

If you are a military service member faced with murder or sexual assault war crimes charges anywhere in the world — Iraq, Afghanistan, wherever the "War on Terror" is being waged — only the most experienced defense attorney can see to it that your rights are protected.

At The Military Justice Center in Fayetteville, North Carolina, we represent loyal, hard-working American service members who have been accused of war crimes during any military operation, action or engagement around the globe.

As your lawyer, Military Justice Center founder and former Judge Advocate Todd C. Conormon aggressively safeguards your interests during every phase of your case, from arraignment and hearings to outcome and sentencing, and appeals if necessary. He knows what is at stake for you, in the event of a negative outcome. You can trust his steadfast stewardship of your rights and interests.

When The Military Justice Center's hard work on your behalf has concluded, you will know that your rights have been protected. Our passion, our mission, our only goal — is justice for you. Our track record of success is solid proof of that solemn commitment.

During his 30 years of experience as trial attorney and military lawyer, Todd has represented thousands of clients, primarily 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.

Don't feel alone. The Military Justice Center can help. To arrange a detailed discussion of the charges against you, contact experienced war crimes defense lawyer Todd C. Conormon at this toll-free number, from wherever you are in the world: 866-588-1217.

At The Military Justice Center, Our Only Goal Is Justice for You

Our skilled defense attorney is proud to assist servicemen and servicewomen charged with any war crime or related offense such as:

  • Murder
  • Rape
  • Violation of the rules of engagement (ROE)
  • Violation of the Geneva Convention regarding the treatment of prisoners of war

Todd is totally honest with you at all times, in answering your questions and realistically assessing your situation. He knows that receiving a fair trial in war crimes cases is difficult but not impossible. His aggressive representation is designed to counteract public opinion and media pressure to convict, which can be extremely high. Military members charged with an offense as serious as mistreatment of prisoners of war can often feel abandoned by the system they were duty-bound to serve.

North Carolina war crimes defense lawyer Todd C. Conormon is ready to represent military personnel anywhere in the world — and is available toll free at 866-588-1217 for purposes of arranging your completely confidential initial consultation. The Military Justice Center responds promptly to all e-mail messages.

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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.