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Fort Bragg Attorney for Positive Urinalysis

Fayetteville Military Drug Test Defense Lawyer

Has a positive urine drug test put your military career at risk?

The dedicated North Carolina military defense attorney who has aggressively, successfully protected the rights of military service members accused of drug use, alcohol abuse, drunk driving and drunkenness while on duty is former Judge Advocate and Military Justice Center founder Todd C. Conormon.

A mandatory urinalysis test can put any military career at serious risk if the test comes back "positive." But a timely, fact-based challenge can give you a chance at putting this charge behind you. Todd possesses a comprehensive command of military law, having practiced for 30 years. He uses proven skills to aggressively protect the rights of servicemen and women facing drug offense charges in the U.S. and overseas.

Since his release from active duty in 2005, Todd has reorganized The Military Justice Center — and is ready to represent military personnel anywhere in the world. He uses his many years of service as a deployed staff Judge Advocate to communicate with active duty commanders and Judge Advocates.

At The Military Justice Center in Fayetteville, our only goal is justice for you.

Proudly Serving the Men and Women of the Armed Forces for 30 Years

Todd C. Conormon calls into question a number of aspects that accompany positive urinalysis tests, such as:

  • Method of sample collection, storage and protection
  • Drug laboratory testing and forensic procedures
  • Any medication or combination of medicines that may result in a false-positive urinalysis
  • Unknowing or Innocent Ingestion

The Military Justice Center can coordinate efforts with a network of urinalysis experts and forensic toxicologists whose findings could support your innocence. Our attorney has extensive knowledge of factors that contribute to military drug testing at drug labs. He can utilize your "good military character" and prior duty performance when appropriate. An alleged drug offense need not sully your military accomplishments or your reputation. Let us protect your rights.

Todd C. Conormon's military defense practice also provides creative legal strategies and attentive personal service for cases that include AWOL, Articles 15 and 32, command investigations, security clearances, boards of inquiry and war crimes legal matters. Please visit our Results page to see proof of positive outcomes Mr. Conormon has won for his many clients.

Contact us. To speak with a dedicated Fort Bragg lawyer for positive urinalysis, call Todd C. Conormon and The Military Justice Center toll free: 866-588-1217. Your e-mail message will receive our immediate attention.

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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.