If you are suspected of, or facing a court martial in Korea, you already know that military justice in Korea is just a bit different. Between unique policy letters, area jurisdiction, host nation issues, the command climate and an overzealous prosecution of sexual assaults, fighting a military case in Korea can be substantially different than fighting a military case in the states. When I was a Captain and a Major in the Army, I was the Senior Defense Counsel for the Trial Defense Service in Korea and Japan, stationed at both Camp Casey in Area I and Yongsan in Area II. I have successfully tried dozens of cases throughout Korea, both in the military and as a civilian. I hand picked our senior paralegal/investigator who was the former senior paralegal for the Army’s 2d Infantry Division in Korea. Combined, our team has more experience defending service member in Korea than any other lawfirm in the world. We are headquartered in Hawaii and travel to Korea on almost a monthly basis. We know the area, know the commands, know the law enforcement agents, know the prosecutors, and know the military judges. More importantly, most of them know us. Look at our last 100 case results and see for yourself how many cases we have tried and won in Korea. This type of knowledge and experience simply cannot be matched and we use it to our advantage when defending our clients .
If you are suspected of or facing a court martial out in Korea, contact us immediately and leverage our spec
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