Criminal Defense Lawyer for Military Members
Defending Service Members Who Protect Our Country
As a member of the United States Armed Forces, you have served your country
in the defense of the Constitution, the Bill of Rights and other institutions
which have contributed to making the U.S. one of the finest nations in
world history. If you have been accused of committing a crime, however,
your future is at risk. Depending on your charges, you may face the possibility of:
- Reduction in pay grade
- Dishonorable discharge
At McCormack & McCormack, we take pride in fighting to defend the rights
of service members who have been charged with crimes, and we are ready
to take immediate action on your behalf. Our firm’s military criminal
defense attorneys are prepared to fight for your rights and stand with
you during this difficult time, while making sure your best interests
are protected every step of the way. Being armed with
more than 40 years of successful legal experience, our invaluable knowledge can be used to improve your chances of securing
a desirable outcome for your situation.
Let us defend your freedom – call (888) 718-5899 today!
Cases We Handle
Regardless of the allegations you face, our military criminal defense lawyers
are ready to aggressively defend your rights in a court of law. Having
the benefit of a former JAG officer in our ranks, we are equipped with
both the skill and determination to defend you against a wide variety
of criminal charges.
We are equipped to defend following case types:
Depending on the severity of charges you may face, consequences for conviction
will vary. As always, it is urgent that you consult with our firm to best
assess your situation and determine the most appropriate course of action
Why You Shouldn't Use a Court-Appointed Defense
After being charged with a crime, you may have been greatly relieved to
learn that you would be offered the opportunity to let the government
pay the costs of your legal representation. You are fully entitled to
pursue this course of action, but it is generally not in your best interests
to do so. This is due in large part to the fact that the court-appointed
defense lawyer is almost always working under the burden of an outrageously
large case load. A court-appointed defender is not likely to have much
time to meet with you in person, and there is very little chance that
they would be able to invest the time and effort necessary to properly
investigate your case to build an effective defense.
You simply have too much at stake to afford taking any chances with the
outcome of your case. Give yourself the best possible chances of success
by hiring a military criminal defense lawyer from McCormack & McCormack
to fight for you! With our unparalleled commitment to our clients and
a personalized approach to each client’s situation, your case is
sure to be in good hands.
To take the first steps towards a trial-tested defense, request a
free case evaluation today!