Are You Facing Separation Or Even A Court Martial?
January 1, 1970
Being a member of any branch of the US military, your conduct is held to high standards and cannot be compared with an average citizen.
Your military service record can be severely damaged by a criminal conviction and not only that, a criminal conviction can result in serious penalties.
Most of the penalties are considerably different from the penalties that one might face in a civilian court. If you have been convicted of violating martial law, depending on the seriousness of the offense you can face:
- Reduced pay grade
- Loss of pension or other benefits
- Dishonorable discharge
Do you realize that military personnel can face two separate court battles
– ADSAP as well as a civilian criminal court?
If you have been arrested and charged with any criminal offense or a misdemeanor, it is important that you have experienced Criminal Defense & DUI Attorney to handle your case.
Stephen Cobb has experience in handling criminal charges for military members. Stephen Cobb understands the specific apprehensions, fears and needs of military personnel facing criminal charges in Florida. Attorney Stephen Cobb is committed to protect your rights, future and career.
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A Strategy Session Includes:
- Hearing all the details of your case, and taking notes
- Discussing the laws surrounding your case and the potential consequences
- Presenting possible outcomes, defenses, and the likelihood of what may happen
The strategy session costs you nothing. In the next 20 minutes, you can get the answers you’re looking for, formulate a game plan for your defense, and start feeling a sense of control and confidence about how to handle your case.
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