Greg D. McCormack is a former member of the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps, developing his litigation skills in uniform first as a military prosecutor and then as a defense counsel from 1979-1982. Since leaving active duty with the Army in 1982, Mr. McCormack’s practice of law has been dedicated to continuous representation of military in courts-martial and administrative separation proceeding - he has represented armed forces personnel at military installations around the world in hundreds of contested courts-martial as well as countless administrative separation cases.
With over 30 years of military criminal law experience, he can provide you with the skill you need in your efforts to secure an acquittal of the charges, or to get the best result in your case.
It is most notable that Mr. McCormack’s 30 years of experience have consisted of continuous court-martial and active litigation experience over that 28 year period – he was not sitting behind some desk in repeated administrator’s assignments for most of that time with limited trial experience, as is the case with many former JAG’s. Mr. McCormack is a graduate of Western New England College School of Law (J.D. 1979) and Jacksonville University (B.S. 1975) and is licensed to practice law in the Commonwealths of Virginia (1980) and Massachusetts (1979 inactive) as well as all Military Appellate Courts, U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit, the U.S. Court of Claims and the U.S. Supreme Court.
Mr. McCormack’s reputation for aggressiveness and his litigation abilities are well known throughout the military legal community. He has handled numerous high profile criminal cases over the years, both in the military and in the civilian legal systems. As the founder of the Law Firm of McCormack and McCormack, Mr. McCormack takes great pride in the capabilities of his law practice and his paralegal support staff that his law firm can provide to military personnel and their dependents.
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