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Aggressive Albany GA Military Defense Attorneys

When You Need a Court Martial Lawyer in Albany Georgia

Our criminal defense lawyers have successfully defended military personnel around the world.

Albany GA Military Defense Lawyers

The hard-hitting military attorneys at Gonzalez & Waddington have gained a reputation for defending military members at military installations worldwide. If you are stationed in Albany GA and are suspected of a military crime, then having the most experienced military attorney can be the difference between losing your case versus winning your case or saving your career. Our court martial lawyers defend Albany GA military personnel in both UCMJ and administrative matters to include representing service members suspect of sex assault, fraternization, and other crimes under military law.

This video is a perfect example of why you must hire the best defense lawyers possible.

Our criminal defense attorneys defend false accusations of rape, child abuse, and sexual assault under Article 120 UCMJ, 120b UCMJ, and 120c UCMJ.

Unlike most civilian military lawyers or your free military counsel, pleading guilty is not something we commonly do. Our attorneys force the military to prove their case. We take just about every case to trial and fight the allegations in front of a panel.

Our military court martial results speak for themselves. The suspected military service member and his or her desired outcome is our primary concern. Our court martial defense lawyers maintain lighter caseloads than the typical appointed defense lawyer so that we can focus on every client on an individual basis. Your trial will not be delegated to a third party and we will not push you into pleading guilty at the last minute. Our court martial defense lawyers have successfully contested military court martial and ADSEP cases in the U.S. and globally.

Albany GA Court Martial Attorneys

Our aggressive court martial lawyers will use our skills to fight your court martial or administrative separation case in Albany GA.

Call today to speak with a hard-hitting military lawyer.

Service members stationed in Albany GA merit the best military lawyers possible to represent them at their court martial or administrative separation (ADSEP) proceeding.

If you or a loved one are stationed in Albany GA and are suspected of a UCMJ crime such as sexual assault or if you are dealing with an administrative separation, Article 15, show cause board, reprimand, then call our court martial defense lawyers today.

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Militarydefenseattorneys_4529Albany lies in Dougher County and it is the central city of Georgia. It is a town full of community centers which are great for kids and families. It is also a city which boasts over 70 parks. The city is known for its tree-lined streets. The Liberty Expressway runs through the north side of the city, which simplifies traveling. Even if the industry of the city is not in perfect shape, the city is trying to stimulate people to come and live in it. Albany offers tax stimulations and other kinds of benefits for opening new jobs. The city has a population of over 70,000 people.


The location of Albany is in southwest Georgia. On the west side lays Tifton, southeast of Columbus and south of Atlanta. Its sea level is only a few feet above it. In the summer, the climate of the city is hot and the winters are mostly mild to cold. Albany is known for its unusually high thunder reports, which show that the city has twice as much thunder strikes than the average in the USA. There are approximately 38.6 inches of rain and 64.1 inches of snow per year.


Militarydefenseattorneys_4533 The Creek Indians were previously located in the Albany area. The mineral flint which lies near the river was used by the Creek Indians for making tools. Nelson Tift began the settlement of the Albany area and afterwards the Creek Indians were moved west of the Mississippi River. Tift was also a leading businessman in Albany for decades. He did everything to promote railroad construction, education and other businesses which he thought were good for Albany. He was a member of the ‘white elite club’ which was against African American rights. Most of the whole Dougher County population was African American and they were slaves. They built bridges, cleared the land and picked cotton, which Albany shipped away on river steamboats. Military expansion hit the city when the military decided to open a training base. In the time of the civil rights movement, Albany had mayor protests and demonstrations as a big percentage of the city’s population were African Americans.


The Albany industry is somewhat in a collapse. The city does have a few manufacturing facilities, and factories which employ a small percent of the citizens. The biggest employers in the city are the government and the US defense department. Cooper Tire and Rubber, which is one of the Albany’s biggest employers, gave an announcement that they will probably be shutting down their factories.

Military Base

Outside of the city lies the United States Marine Corps. It’s a marine base in which many of the citizens of Albany work. The main task of the base is to repair support equipment which is used in combat. About 2, 400 of Albany citizens are working in the Marine base. The opening of the base happened in 1954, after a long search for a building site. There is a lot of wildlife surrounding the base. One of the main tasks of the base is to preserve nature and wildlife. When the base was in the construction stages, it is said that the command from the upper layers was not to destroy a local oak. That oak still exists at the gate of the base. The local environment, land, and water are being tested all the time for any kind of contamination. The base is also well known for its local Native American artifacts which are believed to be 8,000 years old. It is interesting to see that those archeological sites suggest that the area in which the base is built was once probably an Indian supply and trading post.

Georgia Military Defense Lawyers

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