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Military Defense Lawyer

Court Martial Defense

A Court-Martial is a federal trial which can result in jail time, sex offender registration, a punitive discharge, a federal conviction, forfeiture of pay and more. Having an experienced, aggressive, and hard-working lawyer is imperative for those accused.

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Separation Board Defense

The Administrative Separation Process is the military’s way of attempting to fire someone. Service members facing an administrative separation risk losing their job and/or getting a less than honorable discharge.

Investigations

A service member can be under investigation by several different agencies. Proper legal representation during an investigation is crucial and can help prevent follow on adverse actions.

Nonjudicial Punishment Defense

Nonjudicial punishment can lead to loss of rank, pay, and a service member’s time and liberty. It can also be career ending. Service members have important rights when facing nonjudicial punishment that should be explored with an experienced attorney.

Letters of Reprimand

Letters of Reprimand can be a permanent mark in a service member’s otherwise impeccable personnel file. A proper response and/or appeal of a letter of reprimand can lead to its removal.

Security Clearance Revocation

Some service members cannot perform their jobs without their security clearances. It can be a confusing process; however, service members are allowed to appeal their security clearance revocations.

Discharge Upgrades

When a service member receives any discharge besides an Honorable, they lose some VA benefits for that period of service. A service member has the ability to petition for their discharge to be upgraded. An effective, well written, and evidence-based request can lead to the restoration of VA benefits.

Veterans Claims

The Department of Veterans Affairs can deny a Veterans claim for numerous reasons. The process to appeal a decision is confusing and difficult to figure out. The assistance of a quality lawyer can greatly increase the chances of success for a Veterans claim.

Evaluation Responses and Appeals

A negative or mediocre evaluation report can effectively end a service member’s career. Service members have many ways to respond to and appeal evaluation reports.

Medical/Physical Evaluation Boards

The medical separation process is one of the most confusing processes to go through for a service member. Few people understand it. There are several elections and chances to respond to findings during the process that should be discussed with an attorney.

Property Loss Investigations

The Government will sometimes attempt to charge service members for lost items. Despite what is commonly thought, complex legal analysis must be completed before this can be done. Service members should consult with an attorney before ever accepting a bill for property loss.

Force Reduction Boards

The services frequently attempt to force service members in certain categories out to reduce numbers without much due process. Service members should consult with an attorney if they are notified that they have been selected by one of these programs.

About Matthew Barry

Attorney Matthew Barry is an experienced military defense lawyer who aggressively defends servicemen and women around the world accused of misconduct. He served in the Army for 11 years and is a retired Major. He is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point and the University of Texas School of Law.

Attorney Barry has represented servicemen and women for all types of allegations. He has extensive experience with sexual assault/rape cases, sexual misconduct cases, domestic violence cases, drug cases, AWOL cases, senior officer and enlisted investigations, DUI cases, and more.

Mr. Barry has a history of getting results and is rated 5/5 stars by his clients on the lawyer review website avvo.com.

Attorney Barry will travel to any military installation, worldwide. Watch the video, click the button below, or contact him today to start the process of getting a hard-hitting, results-oriented, and experienced lawyer in your corner.

Articles Written by Attorney Barry

Resignation in Lieu of Elimination

A resignation is lieu of elimination, or RILOE, is an option available to Officers who are pending involuntary separation from the Service. …

11/23/20

Army Grade Determination Review Board

The Army Grade Determination Review Board is governed by Army Regulation 15-80, available at this link.  Essentially, the board functions to make…

11/16/20

Article 15 Appeal in the Army

Soldiers often wonder how to file an Article 15 appeal in the Army. The Article 15 process starts with a "first reading."…

11/09/20

How to Submit a FOIA Request

How to submit a FOIA request. FOIA stands for the "Freedom of Information Act." Under FOIA, members of the public can request,…

11/04/20

Fort Campbell Military Lawyer

Attorney Matthew Barry is an experienced Fort Campbell Military Lawyer.  He is familiar with the base and has a long history as…

10/27/20

Fort Knox Military Defense Lawyer

Attorney Matthew Barry is an experienced Fort Knox Military Defense Lawyer. Fort Knox is a unique installation with a variety of units…

10/27/20

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