Military Sex Crime Attorney
Accused or Charged with a Sex Crime? Protect Your Future! Call (888) 490-0876.
**IMPORTANT: There have been significant changes in the Military Justice System as to the prosecution of sex offenses that have significant impact the rights of the accused. See National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year 2020 (FY20) for more information.
Any type of criminal charge can have a devastating effect on your career, including both your career in the United States Armed Forces and following your discharge from the military. In many cases, a criminal conviction will serve as grounds for early discharge. Of all the different types of crimes which are enumerated in the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ), few carry as great a social and professional stigma as those which involve some type of sexual offense. This is why you need an experienced military defense lawyer on your side.
Types of Military Sex Crimes
We handle all types of military sex crime cases:
- Child pornography crimes
- Child sex crimes
- Sexual assault
- Article 120 offenses
- Sexual Harassment
What are the Penalties for Military Sex Offenses?
Whether you have been accused or charged or with any sexual offense, it is absolutely vital that you take immediate action to defend yourself against the serious consequences you face.
Some of the penalties you can face include:
- Significant Confinement
- Punitive discharge – loss of retirement eligibility
- Reduction to Paygrade E-1
- Loss of all pay and allowances
- Registration as a sex offender for remainder of your life
As a result of registration, anyone in the community would have access to details about the nature of your conviction, and would be able to find you either by looking up your name in the online database or by noticing your name on a map of the neighborhood.
Let Our Military Criminal Defense Lawyer Fight for You
Sex crime allegations have the potential to destroy your military career and to ruin your future in civilian life, but you can find help in fighting the charges by contacting us now at McCormack & McCormack. The extensive career of our military criminal defense attorney, Greg McCormack has focused on representing military personnel who are accused of or charged with sexual offenses under Article 120 of the UCMJ. Greg McCormack has represented service members from all branches of the Armed Forces in hundreds of courts-martials at US military bases throughout the world. Regardless of the allegations that you are facing, we are ready to take immediate action towards defending you. When Greg McCormack takes on your case, he is supported by a staff of highly experienced military paralegals. Give us a call today to take the first step in your defense.
Contact us now for a confidential case evaluation and to get the process started!