Forensic Child Sex Interviews are very commonly used in the military. In these types of cases, the defense lawyer is probably looking to get two immediate answers to questions: (1) is my client capable of molesting a child? And (2) […]
Defense investigations aren’t as simple as just gathering evidence that directly helps you as a client. It is also gathering information that shows law enforcement abused their authority, abused the client, or failed to conduct a proper and complete investigation.
There are changes to the UCMJ by way of the 2022 NDAA (National Defense Authorization Act). The 2022 NDAA makes significant changes to the military justice system and they will affect you. Some changes go into effect in two years.
Much has been said recently about issues relating to misconduct by prosecutors, or what might appear to be misconduct. I personally can’t say that any intentional misconduct has occurred, so I’ll leave that to the reader to decide. What does concern
Character references are valuable in your criminal defense case and here’s why. Courts-martial cases have two distinct phases. First, there is the guilt/innocence phase where fact evidence is presented to the court to determine if you are found guilty or
Pre-employment background investigations are a necessity in today’s business climate and post-employment updates are essential to sound business practices. UCMJ Investigations can help you protect your businesses’ reputation and profits by conducting pre and post-employment investigations for you. Through our
In case you didn’t know about procedural legal safeguards in the military courts here’s a long summary for you. These are some of the key procedural safeguards afforded an accused under the UCMJ. They are narrowed down based on the
Why is military justice different than civilian? Military justice isn’t all that different than that of the civilian world, given the unique purpose and climate that the military functions in. Even though the basic objectives of any criminal law