Fort Leonard Wood Military Lawyer

Fort Leonard Wood in the Missouri Ozarks is a military installation where many men and women begin their military careers, and where others assist in their development and training.

Recent Case Results

Case Summary: Service member was accused of premeditated murder, accessory after the fact, and obstruction of justice.
Outcome: Dismissed

Murder, accessory, and obstruction of justice charges dismissed.

Case Summary:
US Air Force Captain charged with numerous sex crimes in federal and military courts.
Outcome: Dismissed
Indictments dismissed.

Case Summary:
Recruiter accused of sexual assault.
Outcome: Dismissed
Dismissed through USAREC following the Article 32 preliminary hearing.

Justice in the Military

The Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) is a system that all men and women in military service must follow. The offenses in the system can be minor and procedural, but they can also be serious criminal offenses. Because of the complexity of the UCMJ, military attorneys who are experienced and knowledgeable about the way cases must be handled are essential to present a strong defense.

It’s All About You

Every case is different, and must be handled with specific care and attention. In every case though, it is essential to present the defendant’s side of the story.  These strong stories can be absolutely essential and make all of the difference in any case.

At the Law Office of Garrison A. Wood, we listen carefully to our clients and help them craft a compelling defense based around their perspective and reasoning. We know how to work within the UCMJ and can make a difference in any case.

Contact us today to learn what Garrison Wood can do for you.

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