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Fort Benning, GA Court Martial Defense

Fort Benning, Georgia, serves as a critical hub for Army training, blending diverse cultural backgrounds as it hosts recruits, Armor, Infantry, and Ranger Schools. It's a place where many discover their professional path and sometimes encounter UCMJ challenges.

Defending Soldiers' Rights

The UCMJ Isn’t Easily Understood by All Trainees

When a service member comes to Fort Benning Georgia it can be a PCS or for training. They may be a new Soldier out of Basic or AIT, a senior enlisted personnel, or even a decorated Army officer. However, one thing that we have found that they all have in common is a less than thorough understanding of the Uniform Code of Military Justice. In fact, We’d go so far as to suggest that the first time many of these Soldiers ever read a particular article of the UCMJ is after they were charged with it.

Not to mention, that might very well be how you found yourself on this webpage today. If so, that’s ok, because you are in the right place. The UCMJ is a double edged sword that can provide the good order and discipline needed to win on the battlefield while simultaneously being the hammer that crushes the careers of men and women who risked all on the battlefield. That is due in large part to the fact that the military justice system understands the UCMJ like the back of their hand, while those who are charged under it are often at the mercy of a free court appointed military defense attorney.

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Combatting UCMJ Misuse

When A Marine Needs to Call a Military Lawyer

So, what type of cases do we handle for military personnel in Camp Benning vicinity? The you’ll see below is not all-inclusive, but this should give you an idea of the types of cases we handle and how hard we are willing to fight on your behalf.

  1. UCMJ Article 120 & 134 (Sex Offenses): Covers serious charges like rape and sexual assault. Fort Benning’s unique environment may lead to accusations, where we emphasize innocence until proven guilty, protecting careers from unjust allegations.
  2. UCMJ Article 121 (Fraud and Larceny): Defends against charges like BAH fraud and gear theft. Given Fort Benning’s vast equipment flow, we ensure senior leaders receive a strong defense against wrongful accountability for missing gear.
  3. UCMJ Article 128 (Assault and Violent Crime): Represents service members in cases of assault and self-defense. Recognizing the long history of soldiers and conflict, we argue that a single incident shouldn’t ruin a career or life.
  4. UCMJ Article 112a (Drug Crimes): Handles cases from drug possession to trafficking, acknowledging cultural differences, especially with marijuana, and advocating for fair defense in a changing legal landscape.
  5. Punitive Articles of the UCMJ 77-134 (Military Specific Offenses): Focuses on charges like AWOL and fraternization, primarily defending NCOs, Senior NCOs, and Officers who have the most to lose, ensuring they can fight for their rightfully earned careers.
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Where Can You Find a Court Martial Defense Attorney Near Ft. Benning?

Our headquarters is in Tampa, Florida, but our reach extends globally, including Ft. Benning. Known for our strong courtroom presence, we’ve represented clients worldwide. We offer honest, free consultations, emphasizing realistic outcomes and strategic defense, not sugar-coating even the most challenging cases.

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