Colorado Springs Military Crimes Attorney
We Go to Battle for Colorado Service Members
At Gaddis Law, our criminal defense team is uniquely qualified to handle military cases. When you turn to our Colorado Springs military crimes lawyer, you can receive personalized representation from a caring advocate who treats you with the respect and dignity you deserve. During your free initial consultation, we can listen attentively to your side of the story and help you create a defense plan that is tailored to your particular situation.
Military Crimes & Court-Martial in Colorado Springs
The military justice system is significantly different than the civilian justice system. Whether you are in the Army, Air Force, Navy, or Marines, a violation of the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) can result in some significant consequences.
We can defend you against all types of charges, including:
- Domestic violence
- Absence without leave
- Mutiny and sedition
- Drug crimes
- Sexual assault
- Traffic violations
- Pornography crimes
The military prosecutes crimes in its own judicial forum, referred to as a court-martial. There are three types of court-martials, including summary, special, and general court-martial. The type of court-martial depends on the severity of the offense.
The penalties for a conviction level of court-martial. While an offender convicted in a summary court-martial could be charged with up to 30 days confinement and 45 days of hard labor, an individual facing conviction in a general court-martial could be at risk of life imprisonment or even death.
Get the Legal Representation You Deserve
At Gaddis Law, we fight for the rights of military service personnel and work hard to preserve their freedom. If you have been charged for a UCMJ violation, reach out to our Colorado Springs military crimes attorney as soon as possible.
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