Virginia Beach Criminal and DUI Defense for Military Members

Army member with wife and sonCriminal convictions will devastate a military career. Such convictions can lead to loss in rank, extra duty, or even a dishonorable discharge. Garrett Law Group, PLC is experienced in defending military members against civilian criminal charges and is here to help. Contact us today.

Aggressive criminal defense for Virginia residents serving in the military

Many civilian criminal charges will lead to discipline under Article 15 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice. This punishment can range from restrictions and extra duties to a bad conduct discharge. You may be facing a loss of veteran benefits and pension which would mean a career of work being lost. If you are a military member facing criminal charges then you must seek legal representation immediately.

J.D. Garrett is a former military officer who served the United States for eight years. He aggressively defends military members against various criminal charges. Some of these offenses include:

You should not trust your situation to someone who does not understand your situation. J.D. will work to gain a dismissal or a deferred disposition on your behalf so you may get on with the important thing – your military career. Contact us online or by telephone today.

Virginia Beach military defense attorneys available seven days a week

Our office is available by telephone twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. If you are a member of the armed services then you should not have to wait to be able to contact an attorney. We are available to meet with you immediately and our attorneys handle all matters in the office personally. When you retain Garrett Law Group, PLC you can rest assured that you will be meeting with your lawyer and not a paralegal or staff. Also, all pleadings prepared on your behalf will be drafted by your attorneys. Contact our office today. In addition to Virginia Beach, we service Norfolk, Chesapeake, Portsmouth, Suffolk, Newport News, Hampton, Williamsburg, and Yorktown, as well as in the surrounding counties of Northampton, Isle of Wight, York, and James City.