Guiding Clients Through Military Trials

A court-martial or an appearance before an administrative separation board is a very serious matter that can lead to the end of a military career. If the military expels you through a court-martial or administrative separation board, you will lose your job and your benefits.

A military trial or quasi-judicial hearing occurs in the wake of serious accusations against a service member. The alleged misconduct can include desertion, going AWOL, a positive drug test, abuse, assault or theft, or another violation of the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ).

It is essential to have proper legal representation if you are facing a court-martial or an administrative separation board hearing. Even if you have been appointed an attorney by the military, you have the right to private counsel of your choosing.

Protecting The Rights Of Servicemembers

If you need strong defense representation to face a military trial or a separation board, our firm can help you. At the St. Louis law firm of Alan E. DeWoskin, P.C., we help servicemembers protect their legal rights and resolve difficult legal matters. Our lawyer has extensive experience in the area of military justice:

  • Representing military defendants accused of a wide range of offenses
  • Filing motions and handling important administrative matters
  • Appearing before administrative separation boards within different military branches
  • Providing strategic defense focused on helping clients reach favorable outcomes

Founding attorney Alan E. DeWoskin is a retired colonel who served in the Army Judge Advocate General's (JAG) Corps. In addition to offering exceptional military representation, our attorney is accessible to our clients. When you work with us, you will be able to reach us and get help throughout the duration of your legal matter.

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If you have questions about courts-martial, military trials or the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ), we can answer them. Contact us to speak to an experienced St. Louis military court-martial attorney.