You Need An Experienced Defense Lawyer When Facing A Court-Martial In Indiana

If you are facing UCMJ charges while stationed in the state of Indiana, you need the guidance of an experienced aggressive military defense lawyer. Cases here are often additionally unfair because of the scrutiny placed on them by higher command and due to the local media attention. The risk of unlawful command influence (UCI) is even greater when a service member here is suspected of a crime. Commanders have a great deal of media and higher command pressure on them to prosecute in these cases and the rights of the accused service member are often only an afterthought. Only the best aggressive military defense lawyer can even the playing field.

The Risks of a Military Court Martial in Indiana

Criminal convictions during your military service can ruin all the awards you have received in your military record so far and end your military career with a punitive or negative discharge. Such a discharge can make it impossible to find employment that is in line with your qualifications even after your military career is over. Even worse, a court-martial conviction without the best possible military defense usually results in significant prison time for you and the loss of financial support for any family you may have. Not only do you lose your freedom but they lose your pay, your BAH and TriCare. To ensure that you mount the best defense when facing a military investigation and court-martial, you need an aggressive, experienced military defense lawyer in Indiana.

Unlike many other defense lawyers, pleading guilty is an option of last resort with Freeburg Litigation. When we take a case, we force the military prosecutors to prove their case beyond a reasonable doubt. We take nearly every case to trial and fight the allegations in front of a military panel or judge (depending on which is the best tactic for your individual case). Our court martial outcomes speak for themselves. You and your future is our main concern. Our court martial lawyers will work on your case from day one, always fighting aggressively in court martial and administrative separation cases in the U.S. and worldwide. Call today to consult with an experienced military defense lawyer.

Why Call Freeburg Litigation, Aggressive UCMJ Lawyers in Indiana?

The experienced military defense lawyers at Freeburg Litigation have earned a reputation for defending service members at military installations worldwide. If you are stationed in Indiana and are suspected of a military crime, then having the most hard-hitting criminal defense lawyer can be the difference between getting convicted or winning your case. Our military criminal defense lawyers represent Soldiers, Marines, Sailors and Airmen in both UCMJ and administrative matters to include defending service members accused of sexual assault, murder, rape, child rape, fraud, theft and other offenses under the UCMJ, often receiving full acquittals or an acquittal on all of the serious charges with a very light sentence on the remaining charges.

After trying complex commercial cases in federal court in New York City, Nathan Freeburg entered active duty with the U.S. Army where he deployed to Iraq and practiced as a prosecutor, as a Division Chief of Military Justice, as a military defense attorney and then was handpicked to train and advise Army defense lawyers worldwide for the U.S. Army Defense Counsel Assistance Program. During his time on active duty, Nathan tried or consulted on the most well-known cases in military, some with worldwide recognition and developed an expertise in cross-examining alleged sexual assault victims, law enforcement agents and senior military commanders. Having defended service members for allegations in and out of the U.S., this aggressive Indiana military defense lawyer has extensive experience handling different kinds of charges including sexual assault, murder, theft, rape, child pornography, Article 31, NJP, separation and discharge proceedings. If you are facing any kind of military legal problem, talk to Nathan Freeburg for experienced advice and the best aggressive military defense.

Contacting the Best Indiana Military Defense Lawyer

Service members stationed in Indiana deserve the best military lawyers to represent them at their court martial or administrative separation proceeding.
If you or a family member are stationed in Indiana and are suspected of a military offense such as sex assault or if you are facing an administrative separation, Article 15, show cause board, letter of reprimand or GOMOR, then call our military defense lawyers immediately at 1-833-BEST-JAG.

Military Courtrooms in Indiana

The state of Indiana has a military history dating back to before the Civil War. Not only are multiple military bases located in Indiana but many residents of Indiana have entered the U.S. military and are subject to the UCMJ wherever they are located. Freeburg Litigation both defends military cases in Indiana and also defends Indiana residents in the military wherever they are located.

Military Installations Currently Under the UCMJ Where a Military Defense Lawyer Could Be Needed

How Military Trials Under the UCMJ Began at Camp Atterbury

Camp Atterbury is a training base for the Indiana National Guard and a mobilization base for the Army Reserve. Located near Edinburgh, Indiana, it was built originally just before the US entered World War II in 1941. Camp Atterbury was named for Brigadier General William Wallace Atterbury who served on staff under General John G. Pershing in World War I.
Four US Army infantry divisions were located at Camp Atterbury, including the 30th, 83rd, 92nd and 106th. Camp Atterbury has been in operation consistently since 1969 as a National Guard and reserve training center. The Camp Atterbury Joint Maneuver Training Center became active in February 2003 and thousands of new recruits were trained here for the Iraq War.
Both National Guard and US Army Reserve recruits receive training at Camp Atterbury. There are also active duty and special training events at the camp as well for other branches. Camp Atterbury is home to the Joint Maneuver Training Center, 157th Infantry Brigade, 205th Infantry Brigade and 4th Cavalry Brigade. It contains facilities for the Army National Guard, Army Reserves and Marine Corps. There are live fire ranges for infantry, artillery and tanks. There also an aerial gunnery range for A-10 Thunderbolts.

Only a small contingent of active duty Soldiers are likely to be at Atterbury today. However, they are still at risk of court-martial by the mere fact of being on active duty. In addition, any Army Reservists or National Guard who are mobilized into Title 10 Active status are subject to court martial under the UCMJ.

The Camp Atterbury Courtroom

Active duty Soldiers or reservists or National Guardsmen who are mobilized in Title 10 status are subject to court martial under the UCMJ at another Army base (likely Fort Knox).

How Military Trials Under the UCMJ Began at Grissom Air Reserve Base

Grissom Air Reserve Base spans two counties, Miami and Cass, and sits 12 miles north of Kokomo. The base derives its name from Colonel Vergil Ivan Grissom, a United States Air Force pilot that was killed in the launchpad explosion of Apollo 1.
The base was originally constructed as a US Navy training facility in World War II and designated as Naval Air Station Bunker Hill. The base served to train Coast Guard, Navy and Marine Corps pilots for missions overseas and in the United States.
In 1954, the newly established United States Air Force reopened the base as Bunker Hill Air Force Base.
In 1968 Bunker Hill Air Force Base was renamed in honor of Colonel Grissom, and Grissom Air Force Base came into existence. The base had several names and roles as it came into the 21st century, eventually becoming the Grissom Air Reserve Base as it began to absorb reserve components from nearby facilities.

Only a small contingent of active duty Airmen are likely to be at Grissom today. However, they are still at risk of court-martial by the mere fact of being on active duty. In addition, any Airforce Reservists or Air National Guard who are mobilized into Title 10 Active status are subject to court martial under the UCMJ.

The Grissom Air Reserve Base Courtroom

Active duty Airmen or reservists or National Guardsmen who are mobilized in Title 10 status are subject to court martial under the UCMJ at another Air Force base.