Nevada’s Creech Air Force base has been a home to men and women in the military since World War II. These service members are subject to the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ), which is the military’s own way of handling infractions and criminal offenses committed by those in its ranks.
Recent Case Results
Case Summary: Service member was accused of premeditated murder, accessory after the fact, and obstruction of justice.
Murder, accessory, and obstruction of justice charges dismissed.
US Air Force Captain charged with numerous sex crimes in federal and military courts.
Recruiter accused of sexual assault.
Dismissed through USAREC following the Article 32 preliminary hearing.
Storytelling is one of the most important aspects of defending one’s own innocence in court. People naturally latch onto convincing and compelling narratives. It is an effective way of presenting facts and information in a concise and affecting way. This is especially important when a person’s motives are called into question and must be explained.
Telling Your Story
Military attorneys are lawyers who specialize in defending clients who have been accused of offense under the UCMJ. At the Law Office of Garrison A. Wood, military law is our focus and our specialty.
We understand how to work with the UCMJ, and bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to every client we represent. We work with the client to find methods and narratives that fit their case and situation, and then find ways to present those in court.
If you have been accused of a crime under the UCMJ, contact us today to schedule a free review of your case and learn how we can fight for you.
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