If you are facing court-martial (criminal prosecution by the military), an Article 32 investigation (military preliminary hearing), or an administrative separation, you face a complex system of laws and regulations and the full weight of your own command prosecuting you.
At court-martial, you could be facing time in a federal penitentiary and a dishonorable or bad conduct discharge. At an administrative separation board, you could be facing separation, an other-than-honorable discharge on your record, and a loss of all your benefits, including retirement. Many rules even vary from service to service. You will be offered a free military lawyer, however, hiring civilian counsel, in addition, can help many service members. We likely have more trial experience and do not need to worry about upsetting senior officers or others behind the prosecution who may be testifying against you.
Mike Harris is a former US Navy JAG and can assist you if you are facing military prosecution. Whether you are unhappy with your appointed counsel or just want additional counsel who need not worry about upsetting military officials, we can discuss all of your options and thoroughly prepare your defense. It is not always possible to delay these types of cases, so call as soon as possible so we can start working on your defense.
Michael J. Harris, Attorney at Law
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