The military is a large, complex system. Whether you are attempting to correct your disability rating or you are facing investigation for an alleged offense, navigating the system alone can be daunting. Because military criminal and administrative cases are significantly different than civilian proceedings, and because service members have so much at stake, working with experienced lawyers who are fully prepared to fight on your behalf is crucial.
The Federal Practice Group handles the full range of matters affecting our military men and women, including:
Military law refers to a type of law that governs armed forces members. The branch of law is still widely understood by many. Here are some common myths about military justice that you shouldn’t believe.
If you were charged with a crime while in the military, you may feel nervous and scared. However, if you take the necessary steps afterward, you increase your chances of a favorable outcome.
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