At McCormack & McCormack, we fight to protect the legal rights of men and women who have put their own lives at risk to defend the rest of us. Members of the U.S. Armed Forces serve to protect and uphold the principles of the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights, but unfortunately, their own rights are sometimes trampled in the course of a criminal investigation or court-martial.
If you were charged with a criminal offense, defend the allegations against you by securing professional representation of an extremely experienced and aggressive civilian attorney who has successfully fought against the military in countless cases. Although you are entitled to an appointed military defense counsel, the appointed counsel is often an attorney with limited and sometimes no criminal litigation experience.
To take the first steps towards a trial-tested defense, request a free case evaluation today.
If you have been accused of committing a crime, your future freedom is at risk. Depending on the charges against you, you may face the possibility of:
In most court-martials, there is one single factor that will determine the final outcome of the case, regardless of the quality and scope of the evidence: the defense attorney. The experience and skill level of the military defense lawyer may make the difference between the accused being able to continue his or her career, or ending up in confinement and facing a future of living with a criminal record.
With the extensive support of our administrative staff and our highly experienced paralegals, as well as the exhaustive preparation and aggressive courtroom representation which we invest in every case we represent, we regularly achieve outstanding results for our clients.
Some of the military criminal cases we handle include:
Court martial attorney Greg D. McCormack has 38 years of military criminal litigation experience. Our background equips us to take on the challenges of fighting to defend your name and to win your case or secure the best possible outcome. His experience practicing as both a prosecutor and defense lawyer while he was on active duty with the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General (JAG) Corps provided him with the foundation for his ability to defend countless military personnel from all branches of the Armed Forces. Our track record includes the successful defense of hundreds of court-martials.
When we take on a new case, Greg McCormack takes the time to fully evaluate the facts of the matter and to provide our client with an unbiased assessment of the situation, so that our client knows what to expect and so we can prepare the best possible defense against the charges. If at all possible, retain legal representation while you are still under investigation and before any charges have been filed against you, so that we may be able to intervene on your behalf and to resolve the situation.
In the event that the case goes all the way to a court-martial, it is vital that you hire your military defense attorney as early as possible. Urgency helps ensure the best possible chances of success. You need an attorney to advocate on your behalf. Don't make the mistake of speaking with investigators. The longer you talk to investigators, the more likely it becomes that you will say something to incriminate yourself.
If you are an officer or senior enlisted member facing the loss of your career as a result of a Show Cause Board of Inquiry or administrative separation action, Greg McCormack has successfully assisted hundreds of clients in similar cases, saving their careers.
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