Tough Representation Against Allegations Of Misconduct
The Military Justice Center, has decades of experience defending clients against officer misconduct charges brought anywhere in the world. We use our knowledge of military law to forcefully advocate for officers before any military court or review board.
We know military officers and their legal problems — and work hard for solutions to them. We understand how seriously they take the potential negative impact of a punishment or sanction, separation from the service or criminal charge.
If you are an officer who is fighting to preserve your career, we will fight right alongside you. We do everything in our power to protect your military career, your future civilian prospects and personal reputation. Our only goal is justice for you.
Are you facing a court-martial, show cause hearing, nonjudicial punishment (NJP) or adverse report? The sooner you contact our law firm, the sooner your interests can be safeguarded when officer misconduct allegations arise.
We Work Hard For The Justice You Deserve
The Military Justice Center offers experienced, aggressive protection of your rights with matters related to charges of alleged misconduct such as:
- War crimes
- Drug crimes
- Sex offenses
- Military offenses
- Inappropriate relationships and fraternization
- CID investigations
- Administrative reprimands
- Article 31 rights (your right to remain silent)
- Administrative separations
If you are subject to separation from the military due to misconduct or failure to comply with military standards, you are entitled to a hearing before an administrative separation board or board of inquiry. You should be represented by counsel as a panel of officers examines charges against you such as drug possession, substandard performance of duty and any other violation of the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ).
If you are an officer, we can expertly handle your show cause board or board of inquiry regardless of your military branch — Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps or Coast Guard — and no matter where you are in the world. Our representation extends to hearings for nonjudicial punishment for minor misconduct.