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No matter your rank or your military specialty, no matter whether you have had a long career of service to our country or are in the middle of boot camp, there is one shared experience that binds together all of us who served: you have raised your right hand and sworn a selfless oath to protect and defend our Constitution and the freedoms that define us as Americans.

You have accepted and embraced the possibility of being put in harm’s way to fulfill your duty. But what can be very hard to accept is that sometimes, merely because of your status as a military member, you can find yourself in harm’s way in the form of a court-martial or other disciplinary proceeding. And it can seem that those same freedoms — those you swore to fight and die for — are denied you.

A military court-martial is a unique procedure that has the twin purpose of doing justice and promoting military discipline. Each individual court-martial is convened by the accused’s own commanding officer or flag officer. A convening authority has an immense amount of power to shape the process of the accused’s trial, so as a result, the process is driven to a large extent by that commander’s own personality, judgment, fairness, and personal sense of right and wrong.

Can you imagine a system where the very person who thinks you committed a crime and wants to prosecute you for it is the same person who personally hand-picks the pool of potential jurors for your case? If you’re facing court-martial, you don’t have to imagine it. You’re IN it.

So when justice for an individual servicemember begins to take a back seat to a commander’s desire to make an example out of someone, it’s time for a strong defense counsel to step in and work to balance the scales on behalf of the accused.

I took the same oath you did. And I understand that the most important way to defend our Constitution is to vigorously champion the rights that it guarantees for every American — soldier, sailor, airman, Marine, guardsman, or civilian — against the heavy hand of the government. Because if no one forces the government to respect our Constitution, then it isn’t a Constitution at all. It’s just a powerless piece of paper.

I have the training, experience, and skill to defend you at any type of military investigation or court-martial. So contact me immediately for a free consultation if you — or your son or daughter — are facing any military criminal or disciplinary issues, such as:

Investigation by NCIS, CID, OSI, or any other law enforcement agency
Article 15 Nonjudicial Punishment (also known as Captain’s Mast or Office Hours)
Article 32 Preliminary Hearing
Summary, Special, or General Court-Martial
Administrative Discharge Board
Board of Inquiry (Officer Misconduct)

Military Lawyer with Extensive Experience

If you already have an assigned, active-duty defense counsel, you STILL have the right to hire civilian counsel of your choice. If you hire me, I will be lead defense counsel in charge of your case, and you will normally keep your active-duty defense counsel on the case as my co-counsel.

You’ve sworn to fight for all of us. You deserve someone who will stand up and fight for you.

I have traveled throughout the United States and the world defending sailors, soldiers, airmen, Marines, and coast guardsmen and ensuring they receive the same rights that they are fighting for.  No base or installation is too far away.  Below are examples of the places I have traveled or will travel to represent military clients:

Navy Court-Martial Defense Attorney

  • NB San Diego, California
  • NS Norfolk, Virginia
  • NB Point Loma, California
  • NB Ventura County (Point Mugu, Port Hueneme), California
  • NS Mayport, Florida
  • NS Ingleside, Texas
  • NS Great Lakes, Illinois
  • NB Kitsap (Bangor, Bremerton), Washington
  • NS Pearl Harbor, Hawaii
  • NS Barking Sands, Hawaii
  • NS Newport, Rhode Island
  • NS Everett, Washington
  • NS Pascagoula, Mississippi
  • Washington Navy Yard, Washington, D.C.
  • Portsmouth Navy Yard, Maine
  • NAWS China Lake, California
  • ASW Training Center, California
  • NAS JRB Fort Worth, Texas
  • NAS JRB New Orleans, Louisiana
  • NAS Lemoore, California
  • NAS North Island, California
  • NAS Patuxent River, Maryland
  • NAS Meridian, Mississippi
  • NAS Fallon, Nevada
  • NAS Whidbey Island, Washington
  • NAS Brunswick, Maine
  • NAS Whiting Field, Florida
  • NAS Pensacola, Florida
  • NAS Oceana, Virginia
  • NAS Atlanta, Georgia
  • NAS Key West, Florida
  • NAS Jacksonville, Florida
  • NAS Willow Grove, Pennsylvania
  • NAS Corpus Christi, Texas
  • NAS Kingsville, Texas
  • NSB New London, Connecticut
  • NSB Kings Bay, Georgia
  • NPGS Monterey, California
  • NTTC Corry Station, Florida
  • NSA Orlando, Florida
  • NSA Panama City, Florida
  • NSWC Crane Division, Indiana
  • NIOC Sugar Grove, West Virginia
  • NCBC Gulfport, Mississippi
  • NAB Little Creek, Virginia
  • TSC Hampton Roads, Virginia
  • NSGA Chesapeake, Virginia
  • NSGA Fort Meade, Maryland
  • ASCS Wallops Island, Virginia
  • NWS Charleston, South Carolina
  • NWS Earle, New Jersey
  • NWS Yorktown, Virginia
  • NWS Seal Beach, California
  • NSA Mid-South, Tennessee
  • NSU Saratoga Springs, New York
  • NSA Bahrain
  • ND Dubai
  • Camp Thunder Cove, Diego Garcia
  • NSD Sao Paulo, Brazil
  • CFAC Chinhae, South Korea
  • NB Guantanamo Bay, Cuba
  • NS Rota, Spain
  • NB Guam
  • NSA Souda Bay, Crete
  • NSA Naples, Italy
  • NAS Sigonella, Italy
  • NSA Geata, Italy
  • U.S. Fleet Activities, Yokusuka, Japan
  • U.S. Fleet Activities, Sasebo, Japan
  • Naval Air Facility Atsugi, Japan
  • Naval Forces Japan, Okinawa
  • United States Naval Academy, Maryland

Army Court-Martial Defense Attorney

  • Fort Belvoir, Virginia
  • Fort Benning, Georgia
  • Fort Bliss, Texas
  • Fort Bragg, North Carolina
  • Fort Buchanan, Puerto Rico
  • Fort Campbell, Kentucky
  • Fort Carson, Colorado
  • Fort Detrick, Maryland
  • Fort Dix, New Jersey
  • Fort Drum, New York
  • Fort Eustis, Virginia
  • Fort Gillem, Georgia
  • Fort Gordon, Georgia
  • Fort Greely, Alaska
  • Fort Hamilton, New York
  • Fort Hood, Texas
  • Fort Huachuca, Arizona
  • Fort Irwin, California
  • Fort Jackson, South Carolina
  • Fort Knox, Kentucky
  • Fort Leavenworth, Kansas
  • Fort Lee, Virginia
  • Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri
  • Fort Lewis, Washington
  • Fort McClellan, Alabama
  • Fort McCoy, Wisconsin
  • Fort McNair, Washington DC
  • Fort McPherson, Georgia
  • Fort Meade, Maryland
  • Fort Monmouth, New Jersey
  • Fort Monroe, Virginia
  • Fort Myer, Virginia
  • Fort Polk, Louisiana
  • Fort Richardson, Arkansas
  • Fort Riley, Kansas
  • Fort Rucker, Alabama
  • Fort Sam Houston, Texas
  • Fort Sill, Oklahoma
  • Fort Stewart, Georgia
  • Fort Story, Virginia
  • Fort Wainwright, Alaska
  • Camp Zama, Japan
  • Torii Station, Okinawa
  • Fort Buckner, Okinawa
  • All Army installations in Germany and throughout Europe
  • All Army installations in the Middle East
  • All Army installations in Kosovo
  • All Army installations in South Korea

Air Force Court-Martial Defense Attorney

  • Altus AFB, Oklahoma
  • Andrews AFB, Maryland
  • Arnold AFB, Tennessee
  • Barksdale AFB, Louisiana
  • Beale AFB, California
  • Bolling AFB, Washington, D.C.
  • Brooks AFB, Texas
  • Buckley AFB, Colorado
  • Cannon AFB, New Mexico
  • Charleston AFB, South Carolina
  • Columbus AFB, Mississippi
  • Davis-Monthan AFB, Arizona
  • Dover AFB, Delaware
  • Dyess AFB, Texas
  • Edwards AFB, California
  • Eglin AFB, Florida
  • Eielson AFB, Alaska
  • Ellsworth AFB, South Dakota
  • Elmendorf AFB, Alaska
  • F.E. Warren AFB, Wyoming
  • Fairchild AFB, Washington
  • Goodfellow AFB, Texas
  • Grand Forks AFB, North Dakota
  • Hanscom AFB, Massachusetts
  • Hill AFB, Utah
  • Holloman AFB, New Mexico
  • Incirlik AB, Turkey
  • Kadena AB, Japan
  • Keesler AFB, Mississippi
  • Kingsley Field, Oregon
  • Kirtland AFB, New Mexico
  • Lackland AFB, Texas
  • Lajes AB, Azores
  • Lakenheath AB, United Kingdom
  • Langley AFB, Virginia
  • Laughlin AFB, Texas
  • Little Rock AFB, Arkansas
  • Los Angeles AFB, California
  • Luke AFB, Arizona
  • MacDill AFB, Florida
  • Malmstrom AFB, Montana
  • Maxwell-Gunter AFB, Alabama
  • McChord AFB, Washington
  • McConnell AFB, Kansas
  • McGuire AFB, New Jersey
  • Minot AFB, North Dakota
  • Misawa AB, Japan
  • Moody AFB, Georgia
  • Mountain Home AFB, Idaho
  • Nellis AFB, Nevada
  • Offutt AFB, Nebraska
  • Osan AB, South Korea
  • Patrick AFB, Florida
  • Peterson AFB, Colorado
  • Pope AFB, North Carolina
  • Randolph AFB, Texas
  • Ramstein AB, Germany
  • Robins AFB, Georgia
  • Schriever AFB, Colorado
  • Scott AFB, Illinois
  • Seymour Johnson AFB, North Carolina
  • Shaw AFB, South Carolina
  • Sheppard AFB, Texas
  • Spangdahlem AB, Germany
  • Tinker AFB, Oklahoma
  • Thule AB, Greenland
  • Travis AFB, California
  • Tyndall AFB, Florida
  • Vance AFB, Oklahoma
  • Vandenberg AFB, California
  • Whiteman AFB, Missouri
  • Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio
  • U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado
  • Pentagon, Washington, D.C.

Marine Corps Court-Martial Defense Attorney

  • MCAGCC 29 Palms, California
  • MCLB Albany, Georgia
  • MCLB Barstow, California
  • MCB Camp Pendleton, California
  • MCB Camp Lejeune, North Carolina
  • MCB Camp Butler, Okinawa (including all tenant commands)
  • MCB Hawaii
  • MCB Quantico, Virginia
  • MCAS Miramar, California
  • MCAS Yuma, Arizona
  • MCAS Beaufort, South Carolina
  • MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina
  • MCAS New River, North Carolina
  • MCAS Futenma, Okinawa
  • MCAS Iwakuni, Japan
  • MCRD San Diego, California
  • MCRD Parris Island, South Carolina
  • Mountain Warfare Training Center, California
  • Henderson Hall, Virginia
  • Marine Barracks, Washington, D.C.
  • Camp Dwyer, Afghanistan
  • Camp Leatherneck, Afghanistan

Coast Guard Court-Martial Defense Attorney

  • 1st Coast Guard District, Boston, Massachusetts
  • 5th Coast Guard District, Portsmouth, Virginia
  • 7th Coast Guard District, Miami, Florida
  • 8th Coast Guard District, New Orleans, Louisiana
  • 9th Coast Guard District, Cleveland, Ohio
  • 11th Coast Guard District, Alameda, California
  • 13th Coast Guard District, Seattle, Washington
  • 14th Coast Guard District, Honolulu, Hawaii
  • 17th Coast Guard District, Anchorage, Alaska
  • All other Coast Guard installations and divisions