Officer Misconduct Defense Attorney
Officer Misconduct – Safeguarding Your Rights
As an officer, your career and retirement is important not only to you but to your family, friends and associates. If you are accused of officer misconduct, all that you have worked for and earned can be threatened. Misconduct cases can present unusual challenges, such as those from command or political powers, making military criminal defense in these matters all the more difficult. With what is at risk, it is essential to retain an accomplished nationwide military criminal defense lawyer from The Law Offices of Haytham Faraj, PLLC. It can be vital to your defense to secure representation that can stand up to any of the influences that can come into play.
Together, in 26 years of combined experience, attorneys at the firm have successfully represented numerous members of the military in courts martial. Our lead attorney has the honor of being the only lawyer to ever try and win 3 major war crime cases, defending clients in the Haditha and Hamdaniya war crimes trials and the well-known Navy Seals alleged detainee abuse case. As a graduate of The Citadel and with his 22-year career as an enlisted Marine and officer, he has the unique advantage of a complete understanding of military law combined with an established record of victory. No matter what you are being investigated or charged for, you have rights which deserve the best protection possible.
Defense Lawyer for Officer Misconduct Charges Serving Nationwide
Officer misconduct is charged when a member of the Armed Services commits an act or series of actions that are considered to be inappropriate for one of his or her rank. These are violations or offenses which violate the UCMJ, Article 134 or other military laws. You can be found guilty of officer misconduct for sexual offenses, drug crimes and acts of violence such as battery, assault or murder. Crimes such as DUI, embezzlement and fraud can also result in a finding of misconduct. In extreme incidents, you can be accused of a war crime. The final consequences can be court martial, full criminal penalties (including imprisonment) and a dishonorable discharge.
Your entire career may have been devoted to creating and using the best possible resources and personnel to get the job done. You deserve no less now that you need assistance.
For safeguarding of your rights in the face of officer misconduct charges, contact a nationwide officer misconduct attorney from the firm today.