Texas Military Attorney
Charged with a UCMJ offense in Texas?
Violations of the UCMJ are extremely serious and can result in incarceration and other consequences that will affect your status, rank and reputation. Dishman Military Advocates has many years of experience representing military personnel in criminal and personnel matters. A Texas military criminal defense lawyer at our firm can provide you with skilled legal advice and aggressive advocacy, as well as personalized service. Brent Dishman is as a former aircraft maintenance officer who was responsible for over 120 airmen and $6.5 billion in equipment. He entered the Excess Leave Program and graduated from the University of Oklahoma College Of Law. While on Active Duty, Brent held the position of Senior Defense Counsel, the highest level of court martial advocate in the AF. Brent is admitted to practice in all military courts, in addition to the Air Force Court of Criminal Appeals, the Navy-Marine Corps of Criminal Appeals, the Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces and the United States Supreme Court.
If you are facing disciplinary actions of any kind, you will want a proven military litigator by your side that will protect your constitutional rights and freedom. The government's extensive resources will be brought to bear on your case and every effort will be made to find you guilty of the charges you are facing. Without skilled representation, you will likely be convicted. The best way to increase your chances of a reduction in charges, case dismissal or acquittal is by hiring your own Texas military law attorney that will look out for your interests.
Military Criminal Defense Lawyer in Texas
Our firm provides determined representation in military cases involving
criminal offenses like
assault & battery,
sex offender registration,
weapons charges, ,
AWOL & UA,
drug crimes and
DUI. We will be vigorous defenders in
article 32 investigation,
summary courts martial,
special courts martial,
general courts martial, and cases involving
officer misconduct. Our office can also assist you with
NJP/article 15 advice,
courts martial appeals,
clemency requests, and
correction of military records, as well as
personal injury claims,
protection from forfeitures and
post-traumatic stress disorder cases. Whatever criminal charges you are facing, we will use extensive military legal know-how to make sure you receive the best defense possible.
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Contact a Texas military attorney for seasoned legal advice and representation if you are facing military criminal charges.