Crimes Committed By Military Personnel

Military professionals commit a great portion of their lives defending the U.S. Should they face the unfortunate circumstances of being accused of any type of crime, however, they feel may feel powerless and be left wondering how they can defend freedom, reputation, career, family and future.

At the FleschLaw, our skilled Denver UCMJ (Uniform Code for Military Justice) lawyers fully understand how delicate and serious criminal charges against military professionals can be — and we are dedicated to providing them with the fiercest possible defense in cases of both misdemeanor and felony charges alike. Our criminal defense lawyers are experienced at working with uniformed attorneys appointed to our clients, and we will bring a full-force defense to any necessary legal setting to ensure that our clients are able resolve both criminal and administrative matters as favorably and efficiently as possible.

Whether you are facing an administrative hearing or a court-martial, our Denver UCMJ attorneys can provide you with the vital legal advice and assistance you need to minimize the possibility of severe consequences, which can include:

  • Jail or prison sentences
  • Discharge from your military branch, as well as loss of your rank and possible retirement
  • A permanent criminal record, which can result in an inability to retain gainful employment upon re-entering civilian life

Denver UCMJ Attorney Evaluations And Help

Our Denver criminal defense attorneys for the military have aggressively defended previous clients in various military court settings; some of the charges that we have a proven track record of success in defending our clients against include (but are not limited to) those involving:

If you are a member of the Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force or any branch of the military and you are facing criminal charges, we strongly urge you to meet with our skilled legal professionals — at no cost or obligation to you — before turning yourself in. Our Denver military criminal defense lawyers and UCMJ attorneys can help gather statements, evidence, etc. that will be critical to your future defense — and, ultimately, your freedom and future.

Contact us today by emailing us or calling 720-689-0322 and receive professional legal advice regarding your case and the best manner in which to move forward.