If you and your family relies on your military career for financial stability, an administrative separation hearing could be devastating, similar to getting fired from a civilian job. Our military criminal defense attorneys from McCormack & McCormack can represent you at the hearing to fight for your service status to be upheld and allowed to continue. If you have already been separated from service, we can even seek to have that decision reversed.
Involuntary administrative separation may be used if you are accused of:
Do you believe the claims against you that prompted your administrative separation hearing are misrepresented, exaggerated, or simply false? There is no better time than the present to rise up and start defending your rights as a proud member of the United State Military.
Contact our firm today for the knowledgeable and reputable representation you deserve.
Military law is wholly dissimilar from civilian law in many ways. There are, however, overlaps to be noticed and used to your advantage. Although you will not go to civilian trial and instead be “judged” by senior military officers at your administrative separation hearing, you are still afforded the opportunity to represent your side of the story. From cross-examining witnesses to presenting key pieces of evidence to your benefit, many motions similar to a traditional trial will take place. It is important that you do not overlook the importance of any of these functions, such as utilizing your right to a court martial attorney.
At McCormack & McCormack, we fully recognize that there are fewer roles more important in our society than that of the service member. Those who protect our freedoms from encroaching nations and unforeseen threats deserve protection themselves when they need it most. We are proud to say that we have a strong focus on military criminal defense cases, as we always want to do all we can to support our troops.
Members of our military forces have come to recognize our attorneys are a reputable source of representation because:
All military members are eligible to receive a free case evaluation from our military criminal defense attorneys.
Let us know today why you are facing an administrative separation hearing, and we can start to work on building your defense as soon as possible. Call (888) 490-0876 to begin.