Top Washington Military Lawyers - District Of Columbia

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...

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  • 1455 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW,Suite 1150 Washington DC 20004 38.891266 -77.02606

    Established in 2008, McConnell Valdés’ Washington office is located just blocks away from the White House, the U.S. Congress, and most Federal Agencies.  Since its opening, McConnell Valdés has represented municipal governments, state government agencies, companies, associations and universities across Puerto Rico, the U.S. mainland, and abroad.  The office provides a...

  • 1050 17th Street, NW,Suite 600 Washington DC 20036 38.90337 -77.03886

    Yeager and Etkind will assist clients in applying for U Yeager and Etkind will assist clients in applying for U.S. citizenship and will address issues of physical presence, good moral character, age, knowledge of U.S. history and English, and disability waivers. Permanent Residence as evidenced by the green card entitles an alien to many benefits, including the right to live and work in the United...

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    1717 Pennsylvania Avenue NW,#1025 Washington DC 20006 38.89949 -77.040375

    Crisp and Associates — Military Defense Law Firm George Washington famously said, " When we assumed the soldier, we did not lay aside the citizen. " At Crisp and Associates, our military law attorneys proudly protect the rights of U.S. service members who protect our freedom. A Law Firm That Works Hard To Get It Right For Our Servicemen And Women  Our lawyers combine more than...

  • 1020 19th Street,Suite 510 Washington DC 20036 38.90321 -77.043785

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  • 100 M Street SE,Suite 600 Washington DC 20003 38.876793 -77.00537

    David Sheldon began his over 25-year career as a military defense lawyer in the U.S. Navy. In four years of Naval service, he built a distinguished record representing officers and enlisted members before the U.S. Navy-Marine Corps Court of Military Review, the Court of Military Appeals, and the U.S. Supreme Court. Mr. Sheldon launched his civilian career in 1994, earning a national reputation as...

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