Marine Corps Recruit Depot, South Carolina
MC Recruit Depot Parris Island Military Lawyer
MC Recruit Depot Parris Island Military Lawyer | Court Martial Attorney
Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island (MCRD PI) is contained in an 8,095-acre area within Port Royal, South Carolina. Parris Island serves as one of the Marine Corps’ preeminent training facilities in the easternmost of two Stateside installations, which transform civilians into “the few and the proud” and the only depot that trains female recruits. Parris Island is used for the training of enlisted Marines. Male recruits that live East of the Mississippi and female recruits from all over the United States are trained here.
If while serving at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island you find yourself facing a military legal matter and need the assistance of a knowledgeable law firm contact the law office of Gonzalez & Waddington. We represent military personnel who serve Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, South Carolina as well as U.S. bases around the world. With the expertise of our military attorneys we are able to represent clients and fight court-martial cases throughout the United States, Europe (Germany, Italy, England, Spain, Cypress, Belgium, Turkey), the Middle East (including Bahrain, Kuwait, Afghanistan, Qatar), and the Pacific Rim (Korea, Guam, Hawaii, Japan). Our team competitively defends Marine Corps, Army, Air Force, and
We have provided legal assistance in the following situations:
- court-martial cases,
- pre-charging investigation and representation,
- UCMJ Article 120 sexual assault cases
- show cause boards,
- fake rape and sexual assault allegations
- administrative separation boards,
- Article 15s and non-judicial punishment (NJP),
- Article 32 investigations,
- discharge upgrades,
- correction of military records,
- various other administrative proceedings,
- and letter of reprimand rebuttals.
With our combined years of experience, you do not have to fight your battles alone. Call us for your protection and protect your rights. Our UCMJ Article 120 lawyers can help.