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North Carolina Article 32 Investigation Attorney

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The Article 32 is a critical stage in the Court-Martial process. Before any case can be brought before a General Court-Martial, a hearing must be convened under Article 32 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ). This important hearing resembles a preliminary hearing in state court. At the conclusion of this hearing, the Investigating Officer recommends proper disposition of the charges to the commanding general). This recommendation may be that the charges go forward to a GCM or Special Court-Martial, be modified, or be dismissed outright. The Article 32 hearing is therefore often the last opportunity to avoid a trial.

If a military defense attorney has already been assigned to your case, you may also retain a civilian defense representation while keeping the services of your free military lawyer. Consequently, there is little or no advantage to waiting until after the Article 32 hearing to hire a civilian lawyer. You should act now to protect your rights while the Article 32 can be used to your advantage.

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

Military service members facing Article 32 hearings deserve experienced and effective military defense representation. Even if charges are ultimately sent to a General Court Martial (GCM), the Article 32 hearing can allow a skilled lawyer to discover weaknesses in the government's case and secure witness testimony that benefits you.

The aggressive advocacy and client commitment you want for your Article 32 hearing can be found at The Military Justice Center in Fayetteville, North Carolina, founded by former Judge Advocate Todd C. Conormon Attorney P.A.

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

Todd C. Conormon has handled numerous Article 32 hearings in the U.S. and around the world. Todd uses his experience and knowledge of the military legal system to determine which witnesses to call and which evidence to produce, and he has vast experience in cross-examining of prosecution witnesses. The Military Justice Center is committed to providing straightforward, superb and skilled legal advice and representation to every client throughout the court-martial process. Our reputation for results is proof of that commitment.

For skilled, aggressive representation of your rights, contact The Military Justice Center by calling North Carolina Article 32 investigation lawyer Todd C. Conormon toll free: 866-588-1217.

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120 Westlake Road, Suite 6
Fayetteville, NC 28314
Phone: 910-249-9020
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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.