Many men and women begin their journey in the military at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot in San Diego. A site for basic training, this can be the first exposure these recruits have to military service, and the rules and laws they must follow.
Uniform Code of Military Justice
People in military service are beholden to the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ). This set of rules and regulations manages everything from standardized procedures to crimes. The UCMJ also dictates how trials proceed in the military, and the specialized process of this legal system.
Any sort of UCMJ violation, no matter how big or small, can have huge repercussions on a person’s life. Violations of the UCMJ can affect a person’s military career, and can also results in fines, a discharge from service, or even jail time.
Garrison Wood is an experienced military lawyer who has represented many clients for violations of the UCMJ. Many people believe that if they are innocent, they do not need a lawyer. Even if a person is innocent, they can be taken advantage of by a prosecution team who wants to get a result. Garrison Wood works to ensure that that does not happen.
Contact the Law Office of Garrison Wood today to schedule a free review of your case.
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