Knowledgeable Defense Attorneys Fighting Article 118 Murder Charges Against Military Personnel
A charge of murder is by far one of the most serious charges a Military Member can face. If convicted by a Court-Martial of Murder/Homicide under UCMJ Article 118 or even aggravated assault resulting in death you could be subject to a life sentence or worse. Historically, although the number of times murder is charged against Military service members is relatively low, there is no lack of zealous prosecution on the part of the government and serious penalties for those convicted. Loss of rank and dishonorable discharge pale in comparison to possibility of a lifetime prison sentence or even the death penalty.
Let’s face it, if you have been charged with murder or a related crime, regardless of your rank or location (CONUS or OCONUS) you are facing the engagement of your life. This is not the time to go it alone. You need experienced, aggressive, and competent advocacy on your side.
If you have been accused of murder, homicide, aggravated assault resulting in death, or any crime where someone has died you need to retain the services of an experienced and dedicated military legal professional like those of Crisp and Associates Military Law. At Crisp and Associates Military Law we rely on our experience handling many complex Military criminal cases as well as our years of professional Military and Law Enforcement experience to help you, our client, obtain the best possible outcome in your case. The moment you are accused of this most serious of crimes, you need to contact a Military criminal defense lawyer from our worldwide team right away.
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The legal professionals at Crisp and Associates Military Law are not afraid to fight for your rights. We are a team of litigators who know our way around the courtroom and the Military Justice System. We bring the fight to the government to zealously defend your rights and fight for your freedom. Call the Attorneys at Crisp and Associates Military Law right now. Our consultation is free and confidential.
Attorney Crisp obtained an acquittal of an E-4 on attempted murder charge in Katterbach, Germany. The Soldier was accused of trying to stab another Soldier to death while severely intoxicated. Attorney Crisp successfully argued that the Soldier’s intoxication level prevented him from forming the intent to kill the other Soldier.