In the military, the most serious offenses are referred to a General Court-Marital, less serious offenses involving enlisted members are referred to a Special Court-Martial. Whether you are facing a General Court-Marital or a Special Court-Martial, you need legal representation with the experience and ability to zealously represent you before the military courts. A guilty finding usually means a federal felony conviction on your record and other punishment.
Although you will be appointed a military attorney to represent you at your court-martial, the level of experience, dedication, and knowledge of detailed defense counsel varies. At McMillan Metro, our attorneys have represented services members from all services at General and Special Courts-Martial for 30 years. We work hard for military services members facing court-martial. Contact us for an initial consultation about your court-martial case.