Camp Pendleton Military Lawyer

Located in San Diego County in Southern California, Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton is one of the largest Marine Corps bases in the country. Many Marines start their training at the base. All service members must follow the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) while stationed at Camp Pendleton or any military facility. The UCMJ includes all of the codes of conduct, crimes, and punishments that govern military law.

Enforcing UCMJ at Camp Pendleton

All service people are subject to the laws of the UCMJ while stationed at Camp Pendleton. The codes are different from civilian laws and can be complicated to navigate.

If you have been charged with a UCMJ violation at Camp Pendleton, your future and career are at stake. A conviction could result in demotion or dishonorable discharge.

Standing Up for Our Service People

The attorneys at the Law Office of Garrison A. Wood know the UCMJ, and we stand with our service members as they defend our nation and defend their rights under the law. We understand how investigations proceed in military courts and advise our clients on the best course of action.

Every case is treated individually. Our attorneys take the time to understand your side of the story and make sure to explain your rights throughout the process.

If you are charged with a crime under the UCMJ, reach out to the attorneys at the Law Office of Garrison A. Wood for a free review of your case.

Recent Case Results

Case:

A Marine Staff Sergeant was charged with adultery under UCMJ Article 134 and making false statements under UCMJ Article 107.

Even though she gave contradictory statements to military investigators where she admitted to some of the accusations, attorney Garrison Wood achieved a favorable outcome in the investigations.

Outcome:

No punishment was sentenced as a result of the charges.

Case:

In April 2017, a veteran who fought in Afghanistan was accused in a “shaken baby” investigation.

Outcome:

Client completely exonerated; attorneys are petitioning for an upgraded discharge.

Case:

A service person was charged with premeditated murder of an Iraqi terrorist, as an accessory, and for obstructing justice. An attorney from the Law Office of Garrison A. Wood traveled to Iraq to defend the service member.

Outcome:

Charges related to murder, accessory, and obstructing justice dismissed.

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