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Fort Campbell
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Fort Campbell, Kentucky, serves as a crucial hub for military excellence, blending diverse backgrounds as it hosts units specializing in Air Assault and Rapid Deployment. It's an environment where many service members carve out their career paths, sometimes encountering UCMJ challenges along the way.

Defending Soldiers' Rights

Home of the 101st Airborne, Ft. Campbell Sees It’sFair Share of Charges Under the UCMJ

Now, that is not to say that members of the 101st Airborne are somehow more prone to finding themselves on the wrong side of the UCMJ. Rather, that the base which houses this epic and historic unit is simply massive and where two or more Soldiers are gathered, someone is going to break a rule sooner or later. In some cases, the intent is malicious and in others, it is simply a side effect of men who are trained to adapt, overcome, and think outside of the box. Perhaps a stellar example of the latter can be taken from the famed mini – series, Band of Brothers, which chronicled the exploits of Easy Company of the 101st World War 2.

Any fan of military history has likely watched this series multiple times over, but there is one particular scene that sticks out to us as military trial defense attorneys. That’s when Major Dick Winters violated multiple articles of the UCMJ and his Soldiers loved him for it. Though technically the UCMJ wasn’t codified in its current form until 1950. When asked by Colonel Sink to re peat a daring and dangerous nighttime raid into Germany when the war was almost over, Major Winters broke the UCMJ for good reason. Not only did he disobey the order, but he told his men to make false reports about the outcome of the raid.

As Hollywood fiction, this would be an entertaining plot twist. However, considering this is based on historical fact makes it remarkable. Good men and women will, at times, have a moral case for violating the UCMJ. If that was true of the famed 101st in WW2 then it can equally be true of the famed 101st today. If for no other reason than that fact alone, those men and women deserve top tier military court martial defense.

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Combatting UCMJ Misuse

Good Soldiers Can Face Very Serious Charges

Fortunately for Meyer, picking up a Medal of Honor while breaking the UCMJ is perhaps the best legal defense known to mankind. The second best is hiring us, but even we admit we can’t top that one. Your averageSoldier out of the 101st may conduct many acts of gallantry, but they don’t hand out Medals of Honor like they used to. That means your average Soldier is going to have to stand tall in front of a military court martial and that’s where we come in. We specialize in at-trial court defense. Moreover, we take on cases that span the entire spectrum of theUCMJ. Below you find a list that is not all-inclusive, but gives you an idea what we fight on any given day.

  1. UCMJ Article 120 & 134 (Sex Offenses): We defend against allegations from sexual assault to indecent exposure at Fort Campbell, fighting wrongful accusations that can ruin careers over mere allegations.
  2. UCMJ Article 121 (Fraud and Larceny): Handling cases of BAH fraud and “tactical acquisitions” due to supply chain issues, we aim to protect officers and NCOs from serious charges stemming from operational necessity.
  3. UCMJ Article 128 (Assault and Violent Crime): Representing service members in cases from manslaughter to self-defense, especially when disputes escalate quickly among the airborne community, preserving their futures.
  4. UCMJ Article 112a (Drug Crimes): Defending against drug-related offenses, acknowledging the challenge of reconciling military policy with states legalizing recreational marijuana, aiming to safeguard careers from suspected use.
  5. Punitive Articles of the UCMJ 77-134 (Military Specific Offenses): Addressing charges like AWOL and disobeying orders, we stand ready to defend actions taken under difficult circumstances, echoing historical acts of valor.
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Protect Your Future: Fight UCMJ Charges

How Does a Soldier Fight Back Against the UCMJ?

It might sound obvious, but the best way for a good Soldier to fight back against the UCMJ is to fight and that’s where we come in. We are a boutique law group that specializes in court martial defense in court. You might remember another scene from Band of Brothers where thenLieutenant Winters is facing discipline from Captain Sobel. The charge is obviously BS and when Winters informs him that he would request trial by court martial, Captain Sobel looks shocked. That scene, right there, sums of the military justice system to perfection. The military does not like to lose and as such, they’ll take an easy win 10 times out of 10. It is a shock to the system when you are ready to go to trial and all you need is the best court martial defense attorneys in the nation. If we might be so humble as to suggest that is us. When you are ready to fight, the modern military justice system will look just as shocked as Captain Sobel. Most importantly, what is right is what will prevail.

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