Military Offenses Defense Lawyer
Military Offenses: Defending Your Career & Your Future
The Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) defines a number of actions as crimes that would not be considered crimes in the civilian world.
These military offenses include:
- Failure to report for duty, unauthorized absence (UA), absence without leave (AWOL) and desertion*
- Insubordination, disobeying orders or disrespect of superiors
- Fraternization and adultery
- Conduct unbecoming an officer
- War crimes
At the office of Patrick J. McLain, Judge Advocate and Attorney at Law, we provide experienced, dedicated and independent representation to soldiers, sailors, airmen, and marines worldwide who have been accused of committing military offenses.
To discuss your case in a confidential consultation with experienced military law attorney Patrick J. McLain, please contact our office today.
* After 30 days’ absence without leave, a member of the Armed Forces can be charged with the federal crime of desertion. If you or a family member is in the service and has gone AWOL, it is extremely important to call an independent military law attorney immediately. Patrick J. McLain can help resolve the situation. Contact us now to discuss your legal options in a completely confidential consultation.
Respected UCMJ Violation Defense Lawyer
Military defense attorney Patrick J. McLain has more than 30 years of military law experience. He brings a sense of loyalty, honor, and independence to the defense of servicemen and servicewomen charged with military offenses. Under his leadership, our team will work to protect your rights to preserve as many future opportunities as possible, either in your military career or in your civilian life.
Contact an Experienced Military Offenses Attorney
Patrick J. McLain is a former court-martial trial judge, USMC defense attorney and federal prosecutor. You can trust him to aggressively defend your rights.
Call us today at (214) 761-6550 or e-mail our military law firm to schedule an initial consultation.