Articles 32 Hearings
Have you been accused of a crime while serving in the military and need representation for an Article 32 hearing? Similar to a civilian grand jury investigation, an Article 32 hearing gives you an opportunity to fight the charges you are facing. You have rights during an Article 32 investigation and we are here to ensure they are upheld, regardless of the exact circumstances. At Invictus Law, our Virginia Beach military law attorney understands the importance of acting quickly, as this can be a very sensitive and fast-paced proceeding.
What Are My Rights?
Article 32 hearings protect members of the military from being punished or removed due to false charges. Therefore, it must be proven that the alleged offender actually committed an offense, which is why prosecutors often mount an in-depth investigation to prove their claims.
Remember that you have rights, including:
- Your right to be present at the hearing
- Your right to have representation from a lawyer
- Your right to present your evidence
- Your right to review all reports
Why Choose Invictus Law?
Our firm is committed to making sure you are aware of your rights throughout the investigation and hearing process and you need an attorney who will work hard on your behalf. Invictus Law has earned a reputation not only for successful verdicts and positive results, but for the compassion we have for our clients.
In fact, in the time we have been in practice, Attorney Leckie has been recognized for his excellence in by a number of legal honors, including, an Avvo Rating of 10.0 Superb, as an Avvo Top Contributor, rating in the Nation’s Top One Percent, and recognition in the Top 100 Trial Lawyers.