Our lawyers defend the following types of court-martial cases:

Murder & Violent Crimes

  • Murder– Article 118, UCMJ
  • Manslaughter – Article 119, UCMJ
  • Death or Injury of an Unborn Child – Article 119a, UCMJ
  • Aggravated Assault – Article 128, UCMJ
  • Assault – Article 128, UCMJ
  • Maiming – Article 128a, UCMJ

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Rape & Sexual Assault – Article 120, UCMJ

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  • Larceny & Fraud
  • White Collar Crimes
  • Title IX Sexual Misconduct Allegations
  • Accessory After the Fact – Article 78, UCMJ
  • Attempts – Article 80, UCMJ
  • Conspiracy – Article 81, UCMJ
  • Soliciting Commission of Offenses – Article 82, UCMJ
  • Malingering – Article 83, UCMJ
  • Breach of Medical Quarantine – Article 84, UCMJ
  • Desertion – Article 85, UCMJ
  • Absence Without Leave – Article 86, UCMJ
  • Missing Movement; Jumping from Vessel – Article 87, UCMJ
  • Resistance, Flight, Breach of Arrest, and Escape – Article 87a, UCMJ
  • Offenses Against Correctional Custody and Restriction – Article 87b, UCMJ
  • Contempt Toward Officials – Article 88, UCMJ
  • Disrespect Toward Superior Commissioned Officer
  • Assault of Superior Commissioned Officer – Article 89, UCMJ
  • Willfully Disobeying Superior Commissioned Officer – Article 90, UCMJ
  • Insubordinate Conduct Toward Warrant Officer, Noncommissioned Officer, or Petty Officer – Article 91, UCMJ
  • Failure to Obey Order or Regulation – Article 92, UCMJ
  • Cruelty and Maltreatment – Article 93, UCMJ
  • Prohibited Activities with Military Recruit or Trainee by Person in Position of Special Trust – Article 93a, UCMJ
  • Mutiny or Sedition – Article 94, UCMJ
  • Spies – Article 103, UCMJ
  • Espionage – Article 103a, UCMJ
  • Forgery – Article 105, UCMJ
  • False Official Statements; False Swearing – Article 107, UCMJ
  • Military Property of the United States – Loss, Damage, Destruction, or Wrongful Disposition – Article 108, UCMJ
  • Property Other Than Military Property of United States—Waste, Spoilage, or Destruction – Article 109, UCMJ
  • Mail Matter: Wrongful Taking, Opening, Etc. – Article 109a, UCMJ
  • Leaving Scene of Vehicle Accident – Article 111, UCMJ
  • Wrongful Use, Possession of Controlled Substances – Article 112a, UCMJ
  • Communicating Threats – Article 115, UCMJ
  • Child Endangerment – Article 119b, UCMJ
  • Larceny and Wrongful Appropriation – Article 121, UCMJ
  • Fraudulent Use of Credit Cards, Debit Cards, and Other Access Devices – Article 121a, UCMJ
  • False Pretenses to Obtain Services – Article 121b, UCMJ
  • Robbery – Article 122, UCMJ
  • Receiving Stolen Property – Article 122a, UCMJ
  • Offenses Concerning Government Computers – Article 123, UCMJ
  • Fraud Against the United States – Article 124, UCMJ
  • Bribery – Article 124a, UCMJ
  • Graft – Article 124b, UCMJ
  • Kidnapping – 125, UCMJ
  • Arson; Burning with Intent to Defraud – Article 126, UCMJ
  • Extortion – Article 127, UCMJ
  • Burglary; Unlawful Entry – Article 129, UCMJ
  • Stalking – Article 130, UCMJ
  • Perjury – Article 131, UCMJ
  • Subornation of Perjury – Article 131a, UCMJ
  • Obstructing Justice – Article 131b, UCMJ
  • Misprision of Serious Offense – Article 131c, UCMJ
  • Wrongful Refusal to Testify – Article 131d, UCMJ
  • Prevention of Authorized Seizure of Property – Article 131e, UCMJ
  • Noncompliance with Procedural Rules – Article 131f, UCMJ
  • Wrongful Interference with Adverse Administrative Proceeding – Article 131g, UCMJ
  • Retaliation – Article 132, UCMJ
  • Conduct Unbecoming an Officer and a Gentlemen – Article 133, UCMJ
  • Adultery (General Article) – Article 134, UCMJ
  • Animal Abuse – Article 134, UCMJ
  • Bigamy – Article 134, UCMJ
  • Firearm, Discharging Through Negligence – Article 134, UCMJ
  • Fraternization – Article 134, UCMJ
  • Gambling with Subordinate – Article 134, UCMJ
  • Homicide, Negligent – Article 134, UCMJ
  • Indecent Conduct – Article 134, UCMJ
  • Indecent Language – Article 134, UCMJ
  • Pandering and Prostitution – Article 134, UCMJ
  • Self Injury, Without Intent to Avoid Service – Article 134, UCMJ
  • Straggling – Article 134, UCMJ
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