Military Lawyers UCMJ Virginia Maryland

MILITARY LAWYERS SERVING MILITARY CLIENTS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD FROM VIRGINIA & MARYLAND

The backbone of the military legal system is the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ), which applies to all branches. Most of the issues covered in this document include the bringing of cases to military courts, the different types of court martial, treatment and apprehension of prisoners, and the trial process.

In addition, rules govern military jurisdiction, legal investigations, discharges, the release and revision of military records, post-trial review procedures, and appeals.

The UCMJ applies to all active-duty, reserves, and Guard service personnel, along with retired military veterans. Violation of any of the articles of the UCMJ can bring punishments ranging from lossed privileges to confinement and discharge.

Allegations related to the military law may involve the arrest or jail of prisoners or any other consequences of the Union being violated. We have the experience and the positive attitude to help preserve freedom and career. When your personal freedom and lifestyle are in jeopardy, you need an experienced lawyer committed to representing your interests by protecting your rights and freedoms. We have a large duration of military experience. Building on the attention of full-time lawyers and individuals, we focus on meeting the needs of each unique client and developing a strategy to find the best solution to legal issues.

We are proud that we are working to protect the legitimate rights of men and women who risk our lives to defend the rights of others. Members of the United States armed forces have the responsibility to protect and uphold the principles of the United States Constitution and human rights law, but unfortunately their rights are sometimes trampled on in criminal investigations or military courts. Put yourself in the best position to defend your allegations and to ensure that professional representatives are experienced and highly experienced civil lawyers who have successfully fought the army in countless cases.

Although you have the right to a designated military defense lawyer, the lawyer appointed is often a lawyer with limited experience and sometimes not charged with criminal liability. Your case may be the first one to be debated or trying on the first jury – and this is not a good place. Your lawyer is likely to be 0-3, giving speeches on military judges and court members who may be from 0-6. “Educational threats” have no role in court, but can you make sure it does not work? If you are charged with crimes, your future freedom is at risk.

Depending on the charges against you, you may encounter the following possibilities:

  • Demotion
  • Reduction in the Salary levels
  • imprisonment
  • Poor discharge

Why choose Law Offices of SRIS P.C.?

When we ask a new question, Law Offices of SRIS P.C. takes the time to fully assess the truth of the incident and provide our clients with a fair assessment so that our clients know what to expect so that we can make the best possible defense. If possible, it is advisable to maintain the legal representation of the investigation before you sue you so that we can intervene on your behalf and resolve the problem and get you out of trouble.

If the case goes to a military court, it is necessary that your military defense attorney be appointed as soon as possible. The need to ensure the best chance of success helps. You need a defense attorney on your behalf and help you find ways out of this situation. Do not make the mistake of talking to investigators, the more you talk to investigators, the more likely you are to say something that makes you guilty. Tell them unequivocally you want your lawyer.