Todd Conormon has over 35 years of experience as a trial attorney and military lawyer. He has represented thousands of clients, most of whom have been members of the military and their families. These cases include hundreds of courts-martial, administrative boards, military investigations and other military matters, in addition to cases in both state and federal court. Todd believes in zealous representation. The Military Justice Center is committed to providing straightforward, superb, and skilled legal advice and representation to every client.
Todd's experience as an attorney began in 1982. Todd served in the US Army on active duty from 1982 to 1986 with the Trial Defense Service. Later, he served as an Assistant Federal Public Defender from 1986 to 1989. In the Federal Public Defender's office, Todd represented various defendants in United States District Court and the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals. He was responsible for all military-related cases arising out of Fort Bragg, Camp Lejeune, Cherry Point and Pope AFB.
In 1989, Todd returned to Fayetteville to begin private practice. Since then he has represented clients in all courts; military, state, and federal. His practice includes military law, criminal law, personal injury law and medical malpractice.
In 1999, Todd began the Military Justice Center to better serve the military community. He has advised Privates, Sergeant Majors, General Officers, and their family members. He has tried cases ranging from traffic violations to federal drug conspiracies to capital murder. His clients have included victims of personal injury, wrongful death, and medical malpractice. In 2001, he graduated from the Judge Advocates School's Military Judge Course and is a certified Military Judge.
In 2003, as Staff Judge Advocate of the North Carolina's 30th Heavy Separate Brigade, Todd was called to active duty for Operation Iraqi Freedom. His two years of active duty service included 10 months in Iraq, for which he received the Bronze Star Medal.
He was released from Active Duty in September 2005. Todd has now reorganized the Military Justice Center and is ready to represent military personnel anywhere in the world. As a civilian once again, Todd is able to use his experience as a deployed Staff Judge Advocate to communicate with active duty commanders and judge advocates.