Are you in the military? If so, are you facing a legal situation where you need the experience of a military lawyer? When charged with a crime, being in the military can be just as detrimental to your life as being a civilian who is convicted of a crime. If you are facing legal troubles, then our military lawyers can help you get your life back. No one is exempt from the law, even in military comp…Read More
Military Lawyer Colorado Springs
Although Colorado State laws and the uniform code of military justice (UCMJ) are clear, things can become confusing if you are a military service member charged with both military and civilian charges, or if you are a civilian charged with a crime on a military installation. With decades of experience in the Colorado Springs area, the Law Office of Murphy and Price’s legal team is experienced in defending military services members in Article 15 charges, court-martial charges, and federal charges as well as in civilian court. Additionally, we are well-versed in immigration and military defense.
Tune into our military lawyer blog to learn everything you need to know about military and civilian legal defense in the military setting. For all of your military legal defense needs, contact our law offices today!
We've already explored some of the reasons you should consider hiring a civilian military lawyer for your court martial. Here are two more very important reasons you should consider it when going to trial in the Colorado Springs area. They don't have to answer to the chain of command. JAGs are subject to answering to the military chain of command. A civilian lawyer is not. That might put your mind…Read More
A court-martial is an incredibly stressful situation to be in as a member of the armed forces. You could be facing charges of desertion, insubordination, or even serious criminal charges. If you are a member of the armed forces and are facing a court-martial, you have a right to hire a civilian military lawyer to represent you. The military will provide you with a military lawyer for free, but tha…Read More
In the realm of military courts, the general court-martial is the most serious of circumstances, often compared to the civilian felony due to the nature of the crimes committed as well as the potential severity of the punishments, which can include confinement, a dishonorable or bad-conduct discharge, and even death. All members of the United States Military are subject to the Uniform Code of Mili…Read More