I have a great deal of respect for soldiers, airmen, marines, and sailors. They have sacrificed so much for each and every one of us. I know that I owe them a lot. My way of life and personal liberty would not exist without our great military men and women. They deserve great legal representation.
We provide legal representation for these and other charges for military personnel in the Army, Navy, Air Force or Marines, based at Tacoma's JBLM Joint Base Lewis McChord:
The military’s criminal justice system at Joint Base Lewis McChord encompasses extensive regulations for the sake of predictability. When correctly applied, the system embraces discipline, efficiency, and due process. The military is a different society; you need to contact Nick George for competent military legal help or call (425) 502-7763. We can meet you for a free consultation in Tacoma, Seattle, Bellevue, Kent, Federal Way or other locations, just email us, and we'll find a convenient place.
Some people consider military justice as an oxymoron because they find discipline and justice as inconsistent concepts. Actually, national security influences due process. Civilian and military defendants do not have identical rights. However, the military’s legal process and procedure can be navigated by a skilled and experienced attorney like Nick George who will exhaust available remedies and defenses for the best possible result. Contact Nick as soon as possible for representation at Joint Base Lewis McChord, or call (425) 502-7763.
The Supreme Court applies a different standard to determine the due process rights of members of armed forces. In determining what process is due, courts must give particular defense only after asking whether the asserted due process right is so weighty as to overcome military considerations of discipline, efficiency and national security.
Basically, members of the armed forces cannot afford to take due process for granted—rights can be easily waived. You can’t rest on your rights. Time is tight so contact Nick George right away or call (425) 502-7763.
The Uniform Code of Military Justice defines three types of courts martial; Summary, Special, and General. If you are an enlisted member, officer, or a midshipmen, and are being charged with misdemeanor or felony offenses, you will face a Special Court Martial or a General Court Martial. Representation by a civilian attorney is permitted for Special and General Courts Martial, and you want to make sure your rights are protected. Nick George knows military law, and can help you get your charges reduced or dismissed.
Nick George can ably represent service people assigned to Joint Base Lewis McChord (JBLM) for a variety of offenses. They include, but are not limited to the following:
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