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When to hire a military criminal defense lawyer: During or before the preliminary inquiry?

Under the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) commanders are responsible for maintaining order and discipline within their ranks. When a commander is notified that a servicemember under his/her command may have committed a criminal act, there are steps that must be followed to determine how to proceed.

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