Gonzalez & Waddington – Attorneys at Law

Aggressive Horsham, PA Military Defense Attorneys

When You Need a Court Martial Lawyer in Horsham, PA

Our military defense lawyers have successfully defended military service members around the world.

The aggressive court martial defense lawyers at Gonzalez & Waddington have gained a reputation for defending military service members at Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Navy, and Coast Guard installations worldwide. If you are stationed in Horsham, PA and are suspected of a military crime, then retaining the most experienced military attorney can be the difference between losing your case versus winning your case or redeeming your career. Our military criminal defense attorneys represent Horsham, PA military personnel in both criminal and administrative matters to include defending service members suspect of sexual assault, larceny, and other crimes under military law.

This video is an excellent example of why you should retain the best military criminal defense attorneys that you can find.

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 lawyer, pleading guilty is not something we do often. Our lawyers force the military to prove their case beyond a reasonable doubt. We take nearly every criminal case to trial and fight the allegations in front of a jury.

Our military court martial outcomes speak for themselves. The accused military service member and his or her future is our principal concern. Our court martial lawyers maintain lighter caseloads than the average appointed defense attorney so that we can concentrate on each trial on an individual basis. Your trial will not be delegated to a random lawyer and we will not power you into a guilty plea at the last minute. Our court martial attorneys have contested military court martial and administrative separation (ADSEP) cases in the United States and around the world.

Horsham, PA Court Martial Attorneys

Our experienced court martial defense lawyers will use our history to defend your court martial or administrative separation case in Horsham, PA.

Call today to speak with an experienced court martial lawyer.

Military personnel stationed in Horsham, PA merit the best court martial defense attorneys possible to defend them at their court martial or administrative separation proceeding.

If you or a loved one are stationed in Horsham, PA and are accused of a military offense such as sex assault or if you are facing an administrative discharge, Article 15, show cause board, reprimand, then call our military attorneys right away.

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Horsham, PA an Overview

Horsham – Location and Statistics

Ucmjmilitaryattorneys_4280Horsham is a small sized city having a population of below 15,000. It is entirely situated in the Horsham Township which has few other cities and has a total population of around 28,000. Although, small in size and not a whole lot of attractions to offer, it still boasts of having Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Willow Grove. The small size of the city and the less dense neighborhoods offer a safe place for raising a family. Money magazine rated Horsham as the 15th best place to live and raise a family in the United States. The Census Bureau puts Horsham’s total area around 14 square kms. Horsham enjoys all the four seasons of the year with hot and humid summers and relatively cool winters. Horsham is located in the subtropical belt, and this is also the reason why summers are quite humid here. Winters are generally mild with occasional snowfall.

Horsham – History, Tourist Attractions and City life

History has it that the town was purchased in 1684 by a man named Samuel Carpenter from a town named Horsham in Sussex, England. So the town Horsham in Pennsylvania owes its origin to a town by the same name in England. Samuel Carpenter later sold off land in pieces to the early settlers. Mostly, it is a white dominated area with other ethnicities (Black/African American, Asians, Hispanics, Native Americans) making less than 15% of population. There are nice independently run small cafes and restaurants, a thing perhaps unique to small places. One can always visit the Corner Bakery Cafe to enjoy the delicious cakes and cookies and grab a quick cup of coffee.

There are other Cafes like Cafe Riveras and the Witmer Cafe among others where one can get a nice cup of coffee and a good snack. The people interested in something classical can always visit Wings of Freedom Museum. It offers a range of airplanes and helicopters for viewing. It is relatively inexpensive and it is assisted by friendly and educated staff. Another museum that one can go to is Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Historical Museum Commission. If museums are not for you, then one can always satisfy one’s gustatory desires and visit Iron Abbey Gastro Pub and enjoy chilled beer and delicious food. For thrill seekers there Speed Raceway where you can test your motor speed skills and enjoy a friendly speed match. The town is also house to Graeme Park, which is the house of Governor Keith.

It is a building of historical significance since Governor Keith was one of the first governors of Pennsylvania. The colonial era architecture will surely impress the visitors. The town is not really a hub of education but still caters effectively to the needs of its residents. The local community is well served by elementary and high schools. For higher education most of the students look outside the township boundaries.

Naval Air Station in Horsham

Horsham Pa Military DefenseNaval Air Station Joint Reserve Base (NASJRB) Willow Grove is located in Horsham Township. In fact, NASJRB is the former name of the base when it was owned by the U.S. Navy. As of 2011, the ownership of the base was transferred to Pennsylvania Air Nation Guard and the base was rechristened to Horsham Air Guard Station. The town of Horsham was lesser known outside Pennsylvania before the base was built. Many classified programs were run on this base during the World War II. Currently, the base is used for aviation training purpose supporting aviation units like Naval Reserve, Marine Corps Reserve, and Air National Guard etc. The base also hosted one of the biggest and expansive air shows in 2006 to attract national talent for its aviation program.

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