Norfolk Military Criminal Defense Attorneys Serving Virginia
Mr. Richard (Rick) Morris – A Military Criminal Defense Attorney with over 22 years of military experience as both an enlisted Legalman Chief Petty Officer and as an Officer in the military JAG community.
Aggressive representation to help save your military career and retirement, whether it’s a military courts-martial, Article 15 (NJP), or Administrative Discharge.
Representing the men and women who serve our country in the military is one of the primary aspects of our firm’s practice. We are dedicated to protecting the legal rights of servicemen and women and achieve this by using our legal knowledge and dedication to assist clients in the face of court-martial proceedings, criminal charges or investigations, article 15 (non-judicial punishment), administrative discharge, or even a positive urinalysis. These matters can be complex and may also impact you, your family and your career in multiple ways. It is our goal to AGGRESSIVELY represent your interests and assist you in resolving these matters to the best possible outcome.
The Law Center, P.C. offers aggressive military legal representation for any military base throughout the world. We know that you may be facing discharge, incarceration or other potential consequences of a violation of the UCMJ (Uniform Code of Military Justice) and that you will need someone on your side to represent your interests. That is where a Virginia Beach military law attorney at our law firm can help.
The decision of whether to hire a military law attorney is an important one. It may affect the outcome of your case and therefore your future. Although you are legally entitled to have a military attorney appointed to represent you in any criminal or administrative action that you may currently be facing, you may benefit from selecting and hiring your own lawyer. Of course every case will be different, but you may be faced with the possibility that your military-appointed attorney will not have the true experience or resources to handle your case. A private, civilian lawyer may be able to dedicate more time and energy to your case in order to help you reach toward a better outcome.