If you serve in the United States military, you know that you are subject to an entire slate of laws that civilians are subject to. You, a member of the military, must also obey martial law and military court. The military is subject to its own code, and the penalties and repercussions can be worse than those given in civilian courts. Jail time or probation can pale in comparison to imprisonment plus the penalties imposed by martial law. Depending on what you are charged with, you might face a dishonorable discharge and loss of your pension. Your pay grade might be downgraded and you could be demoted. For more serious charges, you could fined and could possibly face a death penalty.
With all this at stake, you need an attorney with experience in military law. The attorneys at Katz & Phillips have this experience. Our clients span every branch of the military.
We can best serve you if you contact us immediately, as soon as you’re aware you have a problem. We can take steps to save your career, your future and your family’s livelihood. You may have a great deal more at stake than civilian John Doe. When you involve us, protecting your rights will be at the top of our to-do list. We will work hard toward saving your career, so you don’t lose the benefits you planned on when you signed up to serve our country.
We have handled many military criminal matters. The issues we have successfully dealt with range from Army and Air Force Article 15/Non-Judicial punishments through gender and special courts-martial. We can deal with captain’s mast issues if you are with the Navy or Coast Guard. We have handled office hours infractions with the Marines.
It’s not just your life on the line. Your spouse and your children depend on your military career. The attorneys at Katz & Phillips know that and we are ready to fight for you. We will look beyond the surface of your problem and explore different avenues to use in your defense. We will work hard to make sure your military career remains unscathed and intact, despite the charges against you.
You can contact us even before you know for sure that you have a problem. The quicker we can get on your case, the better your outcome might be. Contact an Orlando military crime defense lawyer at Katz & Phillips, P.A. for more information about how we can help you.