You Need An Experienced Defense Lawyer When Facing A Court-Martial In Alaska
If you are facing UCMJ charges while stationed in the state of Alaska, 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.
Why Call Freeburg Litigation, Aggressive UCMJ Lawyers in Alaska?
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 Alaska 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.
Contacting the Best Alaska Military Defense Lawyer
Service members stationed in Alaska 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 Alaska 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 Alaska
Today, Alaska hosts many of the most notable bases in the U.S. military from the Army and Air Force. Not only are multiple military bases located in Alaska but many residents of Alaska have entered the U.S. military and are subject to the UCMJ wherever they are located. Freeburg Litigation both defends military cases in Alaska and also defends Alaska 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 Fort Greely
Fort Greely began as Camp Big Delta in 1942, as a site on the Alaskan highway. Today, Fort Greely has a small population of mainly civilian employees and hosts anti-ballistic missile missiles (ABMs).
The Fort Greely Courtroom
The small contingent of active duty military personnel at Fort Greely are still at risk of court-martial by the mere fact of being on active duty. Any court martial would most likely take place at another Army post.