Top San Diego Military Lawyers - California

Our goal is to provide a comprehensive set of miltary law resources ; however, no online guide can replace the services of an experienced military lawyer . If you have a specific question regarding military law, including Court-Martial and Administrative Separations, we strongly urge you to contact military lawyer Stephen Karns or another attorney experienced in military law. Your Rights Under...

Whatever your rank, worldwide location, charged offense or circumstance, your military career deserves more than just a competent legal defense. At Court & Carpenter Law Firm, with offices in Boston, Stuttgart and Seattle, we provide U.S. service members with outstanding representation in all types of adverse military personnel actions, including court-martial proceedings (general, special and...

Military and Federal Criminal Defense Lawyer About Phillip Stackhouse Prior to practicing law as a private citizen, military attorney Phillip Stackhouse served twenty-two years in the United States Marine Corps. He retired as a JAG officer from the Marines in 2006. During his stint in the Marines, Mr. Stackhouse earned an international reputation as an aggressive, thorough, and respected trial...

Jeffrey Meeks and Bruce White are seasoned military advocates with extensive litigation experience.  They have resolved thousands of military law cases during their careers. Jeffrey Meeks and Bruce White each left active duty with the Marine Corps having completed 25 years of service.  They handled complex and noteworthy cases during the active duty careers.  Since forming...

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