Administrative/personnel actions. If your military service is taking administrative or personnel action against you, you need to fully understand your rights. The military services do make mistakes when it comes to documentation and separations. If you need help protecting yourself from inappropriate or unjust command action, I can help you understand the process, know your rights, and advocate on your behalf.
Disciplinary actions. The UCMJ makes it very easy for a command to take disciplinary action against a service member. Whether you are being investigated, being taken to non-judicial punishment, or are charged with court-martial offenses, you have significant rights that need to be protected. Don’t be intimidated by investigators or your command. Let me protect your rights and make sure you are treated fairly.
Security matters. Security clearances are essential to most jobs in the military. Commands will often “pile on” adverse security action at the same time as taking administrative or disciplinary action against you, leaving you to fight on both fronts. You need to carefully coordinate your efforts, because if the military succeeds on either, your career will be negatively impacted.