At Crisp and Associates Military Law, we fight for our clients. We are not the type of firm that will tell you to simply “plea out” and take a deal; we aggressively pursue the best possible resolution for every client’s situation. Each case that we take on receives personalized attention, and we make our decisions based solely on the best interests of our clients.
Court-martial cases are very serious, and without the guidance of an experienced military defense attorney, you could face very severe penalties.
Sexual assault cases have recently gained significant attention in the media as well as our Congress, and commanding officers do not take accusations of sex-related crimes lightly.
Article 15 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice authorizes commanders to discipline service members without having to convene a court-martial.
Violent crimes are some of the most aggressively prosecuted offenses. You need a skilled military attorney or you could incur severe penalties if convicted.
Without the representation of an attorney, you could be facing a life sentence if convicted for a violent crime such as homicide by a Court-Martial.
The military has a zero-tolerance policy for offenders, and you could be facing serious criminal complications if you have been arrested.
Each branch of the military offers administrative remedies to correct a service member’s military records.
If a Soldier has been denied continued service by the QMP process, he or she has the option to appeal the decision and request retention in the Army.
Our attorneys have handled every military law matter from a simple non-judicial counseling to defending Soldiers who appeared on the front pages of newspapers and magazines worldwide. They have served at every level of the chain of command from a platoon, ship and squadron to the Office of the Secretary of Defense.
Today I sat with my family holding hands waiting for my 21 year old son’s future to be read to us…
Jonathan Crisp saved my son’s future today by putting together the self defense argument that rocked the courtroom and proved his innocence.
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