Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Miramar is an airfield located in Miramar, San Diego, California. It houses the 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing of the 1st Marine Expeditionary Force. While stationed at MCAS Miramar, all servicemen and women must adhere to the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ). Violations of the UCMJ are investigated and can result in discharge and demotion.
UCMJ Violations at MCAS Miramar
UCMJ investigations are, unfortunately, common and range from administrative violations to serious criminal charges. In any case, your military career and personal freedoms are on the line.
If you are charged with violating the UCMJ at MCAS Miramar and you’re found guilty, it could result in demotion, dishonorable discharge, or even jail time.
A Relentless Pursuit of Justice
The attorneys at the Law Office of Garrison A. Wood work tirelessly to defend their clients charged with UCMJ violations. They specialize in military justice and know the UCMJ in and out. You may not think you have rights under the UCMJ, but you do. Our attorneys are here to defend them. Contact us today to schedule a free consultation.
Recent Case Results
A service member was charged with murdering an Iraqi terrorist, obstructing justice, and acting as an accessory after the fact. The case gained national attention.
Murder, accessory, and obstructing justice charges dismissed.
An Afghanistan veteran was charged in a “shaken baby” case in April 2017..
Client exonerated. Attorneys are attempting to achieve an upgraded discharge.
A Marine Staff Sergeant was charged with adultery under UCMJ Article 134 and making false statements under UCMJ Article 107.
Even though she admitted to some charges and gave conflicting statements to military investigators, our attorney was able to achieve a favorable outcome.
No punishment resulting from the charges.
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