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When You Need a Court Martial Lawyer in Italy
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- NSA Capodichino
- Gricignano Support Site
- NSA Naples
- NAS Sigonella
- NCTS Naples
The hard-hitting military criminal defense lawyers at Gonzalez & Waddington have earned a reputation for representing military members at military installations worldwide. If you are stationed in Italy and are suspected of a military crime, then hiring the most hard-hitting military defense attorney can be the difference between spending decades in prison versus winning your case or redeeming your career. Our military defense lawyers defend Italy service members in both UCMJ and administrative matters to include defending military personnel accused of sex assault, drug use, and other offenses under military law.
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Unlike most civilian military defense lawyers or your assigned military lawyer, pleading guilty is not something we do often. We force the military to prove their case beyond a reasonable doubt. We take almost every criminal case to trial and fight the allegations in front of a jury.
Our military court martial outcomes are clear. The suspected service member and his or her well-being is our chief concern. Our military defense attorneys maintain lighter caseloads than the typical appointed defense attorney so that we can concentrate on each trial separately. Your case will not be delegated to a third party and we will not push you into taking a dive at the last minute. Our court martial defense attorneys have successfully fought military court martial and ADSEP cases in the United States and around the world.
Italy Court Martial Attorneys
Our experienced military defense lawyers will use our skills to fight your court martial or administrative separation (ADSEP) case in Italy.
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Service members working in Italy deserve the best court-martial attorneys possible to defend them at their court martial or ADSEP hearing.
If you or a loved one are stationed in Italy and are suspected of a UCMJ offense such as sexual assault or if you are facing an admin separation, NJP, show cause board, letter of reprimand, then call our court martial lawyers right away.
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Italy, or the Italian Republic, with Rome as its capital, is situated in southern Europe and consists of the major islands of Sardinia and Sicily. Italy occupies a slightly larger area than the Arizona state. The Italian mainland is boot-shaped. It is bordered by Austria and Switzerland on the north and Slovenia in the northeast. On the other hand, it is bordered by the Ionian and Adriatic Sea on the east and by Ligurian and Tyrrhenian Sea on the west. It is also bordered by France on the northwest.
With a population of sixty million people, Italy has diverse groups of people. It has been the home of Goths and Lombards in the north, Spaniards, Saracens and Greeks in and around Rome and Sicily, along with the Etruscans in central Italy.
The Italian Armed Forces consist of the Italian Air Force, the Italian Navy, and the Italian Army. Carabiniere is another branch of the Italian Armed Forces, which gets involved in various abroad operations and missions as a combat force. Another part of the army is Guardia DI Finanza, and its main function involves the operation of aircraft, ships and helicopters, using them to patrol the waters of Italy. All these forces have the status of the military, consisting of active men and women.
US Bases in Italy
Air Force Bases
The United States has one air force base in Italy. It is called the Aviano Air Force Base and is located near Pordenone, Italy. Due to NATO’s efforts, this base is not operating under the US Air Force Commission.
The Avino base is currently hosting the Thirty-First Fighter Wing (31 FW) of the US Air Force, along with two fighter squadrons (the 555th Fighter Squadron and the US 510th Fighter Squadron). It provides combat support and training to the US.
The United States has one army base, which is Camp Darby Army. The Camp Darby Base is located in Tirrenia, which is near the metropolitan areas of Pisa and Livorno. This camp consists of the only United States military beach, named ‘American Beach. This base host a large number of US military units, which includes 731st Munitions Squadron (MUNS), 839th Trans, 497th Trans, AAFES, Livorno Unit Schools, AFN Livorno and US Army garrison Livorno.
The United States has three naval bases. These are NAS Sigonella Navy Base, NSA Gaeta Navy Base, and NSA Naples Army Base.
NAS Sigonella in Italy is one of the many US installations in Europe. It is just a portion of the NATO base that also consists of soldiers from other nations. It is officially operated with the authorities of Italy, but it hosts at least forty United States activities. It is located close to Catania, on the island of Sicily.
The NSA Gaeta Base is located in Gaeta, Italy. This base, although, is operated by the United States Army, it is also under the regulations of the government of Italy.
The main purpose of this base is to support CNE/COMSIXTHFLT and COMDESRON SIX ZERO units. Also, it needs to provide a safe environment and proper lifestyle to the people living in the base. Last but not the least, it is connected with NATO too.
NSA Naples Base is situated at the Naples Airport and it hosts both the US Naval Forces Europe and the US Sixth Fleet. Due to the presence of the Eastern Soviet Union, NSA was made to provide support to other military units situated around the peninsula of Italy and the naval vessels located in the Mediterranean.
The main aim of this base is to give administrative assistance to those military bases which are located in the immediate area, as well as to be used as a support base. It also manages the local education system, and other operations in order to help civilians and families of service members.