In last week’s post, we discussed the recommendation made after Sgt. Bergdahl’s Article 32 hearing. As readers may recall, the number refers to a provision in the Uniform Code of Military Justice. Today’s post provides an update into the procedural wheels of the military’s criminal justice system at work.
A recent military officer’s recommendation provides a compelling look into the wheels of military justice in action.
Can a civilian attorney help a service member facing a court-martial? Military law is definitely a specialized area of legal practice. However, our law firm has experience representing service members with their legal defense in a variety of contexts, including courts-martial and administrative discharge hearings, court-martial appeals, military command investigations, and ROTC and military academy disenrollments.