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Courts Martial Appeals

If you feel that you have been unjustly treated through the carrying out of justice in military court, you have the right to appeal. At McCormack & McCormack, we serve as counsel for members of the Armed Forces nationwide. We are available to fight for your rights during this process. Our court martial attorney can be called upon to seek a new trial or reduced sentence.

Contact us today to schedule a free case evaluation and find out how our court martial lawyer can be your guide. If you have been unjustly convicted, you should get the help of a civilian attorney who has a background serving in the military court system. Do not hesitate to get the help you need today.

What is the process of appealing a court martial?

The appeals process involves submitting a case to the authority that convened your court martial. After the case is submitted, it will be sent to the Court of Criminal Appeals. That court will review the information in the request for an appeal. The information that is important in an appeal is strictly legal errors that took place during your trial or improper sentencing. Unfortunately, no matter how well-intentioned, court-assigned attorneys are often inexperienced and unable to successfully file an appeal. The appeals process is complex, and an appointed lawyer may not have the knowledge you need in this critical matter.

Serving the Members of the Armed Forces Nationwide in Courts Martial Appeals

If you have had an excessive sentence imposed upon you, or you are aware that errors were made by the judge or others involved in your court martial, you need to act quickly. Contact the professionals at McCormack & McCormack immediately and speak with us about your case. We offer a free case evaluation to inquiring individuals to thoroughly assess their case.

One of our founding attorneys, Greg D. McCormack is a former JAG and is very familiar with the military justice system and the appeals process. He can approach your case with the following credentials:

  • More than 38 years of experience in military criminal defense
  • Full understanding of court and legal procedures
  • Knowledge of the UCMJ
  • Strong ability to draft an effective appeal

Your appeal will be filed with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces. As your future freedom, your military career and your honor have been destroyed by conviction; it could not be more important that your appeal is filed correctly.

Our firm's goal will be to fully and correctly file your appeal with documentation support so that there is a higher possibility of success. Call upon our firm for the professional representation you need for this critical matter. Your life and future could depend upon it.

Contact our firm for more information about courts martial appeals.