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Aggressive Camp Humphreys, Korea Military Defense Attorneys

When You Need an Army Court Martial Lawyer in Korea

Camp Humphreys Military Defense Lawyers

We have successfully defended and acquitted numerous soldiers at Yongsan, Korea. Check out our case results to learn more.

The high-powered criminal attorneys that represent Gonzalez & Waddington fight for the brave men and women of the military that serve all over the world, including Camp Humphreys, Korea. We aggressively fight court-marital cases in Asia, Europe, and the Middle East.

Our Korean military defense attorneys make sure you have the legal backing of experts that never wilt under the pressure applied by CID investigators. Military prosecutors use seemingly unlimited resources to make sure you spend considerable time behind bars.

South Korea Court-Martial Attorneys

South Korea

We defend military cases at the following installations in South Korea

The aggressive military attorneys at Gonzalez & Waddington have earned a reputation for representing Sailors at Army installations such as Camp Humphreys. If you are stationed at Camp Humphreys and are under investigation for a military crime, then hiring the most hard-hitting court-martial defense attorney can be the difference between having your rights trampled versus winning your case or redeeming your career. Our defense attorneys represent BASE Sailors in both UCMJ and administrative matters to include representing Soldiers suspect of sexual assault, drug distribution, and other crimes under military law.

militarydefenseattorney03.47311Unlike most civilian defense lawyers or your assigned Army attorney, pleading guilty is not something we do often. Our attorneys make the Army prove their case beyond a reasonable doubt. We take nearly every case to trial and fight the allegations in front of a military jury.

Our Army court-martial victories speak for themselves. The accused soldier and his or her desired outcome is our principal concern. Our court-martial defense attorneys keep lighter caseloads than the average appointed military lawyer so that we can concentrate on each case and provide customized representation. Your trial will not be outsourced to a third party and we will not force you into a guilty plea at the last minute. Our military defense lawyers have contested Army court-martial and administrative separation cases in the United States and around the world.

Camp Humphreys Court Martial Attorneys

militarydefenseattorney01.4209Our law firm’s founding attorney, Michael Waddington, graduated from Temple University School of Law in Philadelphia, PA and is a current member of the American Board of Criminal Lawyers. The ABCL is known as one of the most esteemed legal organizations comprised of some of the most experienced criminal lawyers in the USA. Membership is by invitation only and is limited to highly accomplished defense attorneys that have 10 or more years of experience defending criminal cases, during which time they must have defended 50 or more felony trials, and must have won 35 or more jury trials.

Furthermore, he was voted a “Super Lawyer” in Georgia and is ranked Superb on AVVO.com. Some of his cases were made into documentary films, such as, “Killings at the Canal,” a CNN documentary special that unveils what caused the murders of Iraqi terrorists by Army soldiers. He also regularly teaches criminal defense lawyers trial techniques. Our aggressive Army military lawyers will use our experience to fight your court-martial or administrative separation case at Camp Humphreys.

The History of Camp Humphreys, Korea

militarydefenseattorney01.18221Camp Humphreys sits near the South Korean metropolitan areas of Anjeong-ri and Pyeongtaek. Small farming villages surround the medium-sized United States Army installation. The base covers 1,120 acres that Koreans once cultivated for rice fields. Seoul is located less than 60 miles northeast of Camp Humphreys, Korea.

Operated as a minor army post after the Korean War, Camp Humphreys received official army post designation in 1962 to honor Chief Warrant Office, Benjamin K. Humphreys. The 19th Support Brigade activated at Camp Humphreys in 1974 to cement the installation’s role as a United States Army garrison. Army units that previously have reported to the 23rd Direct Support Group began reporting directly to the 19th Support Command. The Vietnam War placed more emphasis on staging deployments from Asian military bases, including Camp Humphreys. In June of 2005, the United States Army announced the closings of Camps Long and Eagle, with support activities for both camps consolidating at Camp Humphreys.

Camp Humphreys on the Move

The South Korean and United States governments reached an agreement in 2004 that moved all United States military forces to installations south of the Han River. In addition, the agreement relocated the United States Forces Korea and United Nations Command Headquarters to Camp Humphreys. The rapid growth of the base required the relocation of support and logistics personnel from other United States Army Asian military bases. Army brass expects the relocation to finish sometime towards the end of 2016. Camp Humphreys should emerge as the largest US Army garrison in Asia.

Why You Need the Best Camp Humphreys, Korea Military Defense Lawyers

Army soldiers working in Korea deserve the best court-martial lawyers available to defend them in their court-martial, Article 15, CID investigation, GOMOR, or ADSEP board.

If you or a loved one are stationed in South Korea and are accused of a military offense such as sexual assault or if you are facing an administrative separation, Article 15, show cause board, letter of reprimand or GOMOR, then call our court-martial defense attorneys today.

Call today to speak with an experienced court-martial defense lawyer.


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