Hire an Experienced Military Administrative Action Attorney
Are you a member of the military facing adverse administrative action?
Military administrative law involves the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ), along with a number of other statutes and instructions. Commanders have a variety of tools available to them to handle allegations of misconduct by a member of their unit.
Adverse actions can include:
- General Officer Memorandum of Reprimand (GOMOR)
- Letters of Counseling, Admonition, and Reprimand
- 6105 Counseling
- Nonjudicial Punishment/Article 15
- Administrative Separation/Administrative Discharge
These actions can have long-lasting negative impacts. It is important to have a lawyer on your side to guide you through the process.
Stephanie has represented hundreds of service members in a wide range of adverse actions.
- Military Sexual Assault
- Discharge Upgrades
- Learn More About Our Military Criminal Defense Practice Areas
If you have been accused of misconduct or have been served with an adverse action, there is often a limited amount of time to create a response.
Contact Kral Military Defense today at 619-376-6820
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