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Military Law Attorney Serving Richmond Hill & Hinesville

If you are facing a military law charge, you can benefit from the experience of our Richmond Hill criminal defense lawyers. Both attorneys at our firm have years of prior military experience. They were members of the Army Judge Advocate General's Corps (JAG), which gives our team a unique perspective on the specific challenges that military members face. We can help members of the military and their families during a criminal case, divorce, or personal injury issue. Our legal team prides itself on aggressively fighting for our clients and always pursuing the best possible outcome. We can assist you with a case involving any of the following aspects of military law:

Court-Martial
The court-martial is a tribunal that tries military violations involving criminal law. It is governed by the Uniform Code of Military Justice, which can be found under 10 U.S. C. A. §§ 801-940. In the military justice system, the courts-martial are handled by the lowest courts. Judges are commissioned officers who are selected by judge advocates.

Former Members of the Army JAG Corps.

Administrative Separation
Enlisted military personnel can be administratively separated with the characterization of service or description of separation. Administrative separation will be issued if it is warranted by the specific facts of the case. Different types of administration separation exist, including entry-level separation and order of release from the custody and control of the military services.

Non-Judicial Punishment
Among each branch of the military, non-judicial punishment is referred to by different terms. The purpose of non-judicial punishment is to discipline service members for minor offenses, such as reporting late for duty. Sentences of non-judicial punishment are limited to penalties such as diminished rations, arrest in quarters, and detention pay.

Letters of Reprimand
Letters of reprimand are a procedure taken by the United States Department of Defense involving a letter to an employee or soldier from his or her superior. These letters detail the wrongful actions of the person and the punishment that will likely follow. If you receive a formal letter of reprimand, a copy will be kept on record.

Retain Former JAG Prosecutors for Your Case

At Balbo & Gregg, Attorneys at Law, PC, our team has vast experience both prosecuting and defending individuals in complex cases. We understand the specific rights that military members enjoy that civilian defendants do not possess. We also know the ramifications of your current circumstances and can use our experience to help you. Because of the military's current emphasis on prosecuting sexual assault cases, we can defend our freedom if you are a charged with a sex crime. As you face a military law issue, we encourage you to take immediate action. Contact our firm at your earliest convenience to get the legal attention your case requires.

The information on this website is for general information purposes only. Nothing on this site should be taken as legal advice for any individual case or situation. This information is not intended to create, and receipt or viewing does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship.

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