Fighting for the Rights of the Accused Since 1982
Greg D. McCormack is a former member of the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps, where he developed his litigation skills in uniform first as a military prosecutor and then a member of the Army’s Trial Defense Service. After leaving active duty, he focused his law practice on defending military members of all branches facing both military and civilian criminal law charges, with an emphasis on defense of rape and sexual assault offenses in the military. He has extensive administrative law experience, successfully representing hundreds of enlisted personnel before Administrative Separation Boards, as well as officers in Show Cause Board of Inquiry’s. He also represents clients facing serious and complex criminal charges in Virginia state and Federal Courts. He has successfully represented thousands of clients throughout his career at US military bases across the world. Greg is well known and respected in the military and civilian legal communities and is regarded as a tough, no non-sense defense attorney who will relentlessly fight to defend his clients. His aggressive approach is deeply entrenched in his cross-examination skills, resulting in numerous acquittals and outstanding results for his clients. He is also well known for being up front with his clients – he gives his clients an honest assessment of their case, and will not simply tell his clients “what they want to hear” as many attorneys regrettably do. Greg McCormack has also successfully represented numerous clients facing adverse security clearance decisions, as well as adverse federal personnel actions. Our office is staffed with highly experienced paralegals who assist Greg, and his son Jarrett in representation of our clients. The effectiveness of Greg McCormack’s representation has been the subject of two factual novels – The Wrong Guys, by Tom Wells and Richard Leo, as well as Honor and Betrayal by Patrick Robinson. As described in those books, Greg McCormack is not an attorney who takes the easy way out – his aggressiveness and success in court stands out among the best.
- Western New England College School of Law (J.D. 1979)
- Jacksonville University (B.S. 1975)
- The Commonwealth of Virginia (1980)
- The Commonwealth of Massachusetts (1979 inactive status)
- All Military Appellate Courts
- U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia
- The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit
- The U.S. Court of Claims
- The U.S. Supreme Court
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