Fort Irwin is a military installation in California that serves as a training ground for many people who are beginning their career in the military. While stationed here, servicemen and women must follow the Uniform Code of Military Justice, and will face repercussions under the UCMJ for infractions and criminal offense that occur while serving in the armed forces.
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.
Try, Try Again
Trials are very common under the UCMJ. Whether a serious criminal offense, or a relatively trivial infraction, many cases are resolved in trial under the UCMJ. In these cases, the defendant’s career, personal life, and freedom may all be at stake. It is therefore essential to view these trials as an opportunity to explain the defendant’s side of the story and avoid these serious repercussions.
Protecting Those Who Serve
At the Law Office of Garrison A. Wood, we proudly work to defend the men and women who defend our nation. As practicing military attorneys, our team understands life in the military and how trials work under the UCMJ.
We give every case the utmost care and attention, and draw on a wealth of knowledge and experience to find the right legal solutions for the trials that our clients face. Regardless of the details of the case, we ensure that our clients have their rights protected and that their voice is heard in court.
If you are facing a trial in the UCMJ, do so with a military attorney by your side. Contact us today to take the first steps toward a strong and competent defense.
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