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Tough Attorneys for Tough Cases

As an active duty servicemember, one of the most stressful moments in your life outside of combat is the moment you are accused of a crime under the Uniform Code of Military Justice. Criminal charges that lead to a court-martial might mean losing your rank, your military career, and your liberty. It is important to make the most of your legal defense and you have the absolute right to have a military court-martial defense attorney defend you.

At Invictus Law, we have over 25 years of combined active duty military law experience standing by to discuss your case. Our military law team of attorneys is comprised of former Army and Marine Corps JAGs that you can trust. We understand from our experience as former military prosecutors and defense attorneys that the military justice system is a daunting and dangerous forum where literally everything you have and, everything you worked for, is on the line.

Representing Service Members in State, Federal or Military Court

At Invictus Law, we defend service men and women from all branches of the military in a variety of complex legal issues. From defending the wrongly accused in state courts to violations of federal laws, including equal opportunity violations, we work hard at finding solutions for complicated cases. Our firm is not afraid to engage multiple agencies, congressmen and women, and the media, when necessary. We are dedicated to substantiating our clients’ complaints in order to seek an appropriate remedy and make sure justice is served.

Our attorneys can represent services members against the following charges under the Uniform Military Code of Justice:

Tough Attorneys for Tough Cases

Defending your military career against the United States government at a court-martial trial requires the best legal defense you can find. Our former JAG defense attorneys are ready and able to take on the toughest cases. We have the experience and the expertise to get you through this extremely difficult and trying time. Every step of the way, we will have your back and ensure that your case gets the attention it requires and the best possible outcome possible.

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