MILITARY CRIMINAL DEFENSE
MILITARY CRIMINAL DFENSE LAW FIRM IN RICHMOND HILL, HINESVILLE, & SAVANNAH
Attorney Brad Dixon’s unique background and knowledge provides military service men and women with a strategic advantage when their military legal rights are threatened. Attorney Dixon’s military career began in 2002 in the Mountaineer ROTC Battalion at West Virginia University (WVU). His legal career began in the Army JAG Corps at Fort Bliss, Texas. There, he served as a general crimes prosecutor, and he litigated criminal cases involving everything from drug possession to murder.
Attorney Dixon’s legal career advanced very quickly and within a decade he litigated 250 proceedings and was assigned to train Army prosecutors worldwide as an Expert Criminal Litigator and Training Officer (specializing in Sex Crimes). At such a high level, he realized that injustice had become the norm across the Army. Therefore, he requested to serve as a Defense Counsel and soon received his orders to Fort Stewart, Georgia.
After being one the most sought-after litigators in the Army, Attorney Dixon left active duty as a Major, joined the Army Reserves as a Defense Counsel and opened his own law office in Richmond Hill, Georgia, right outside of Fort Stewart. Now, he uses his unique background, knowledge and expertise to advocate, right wrongs, and uphold the constitutional rights that so many have sacrificed to protect.
If your commander is seeking a Separation Board of Inquiry, you are facing a complex, adversarial process that could affect your military career and benefits for life! Many service members find themselves ill-equipped when trying to save their career and reputation alone. Our Military Defense Lawyer is a former military prosecutor who knows what you are up against and wants to fight for your military legal rights!
ARTICLE 15 (NJP) CONSULTATION
Even minor offenses are covered by the Uniform Code of Military Justice (“UCMJ”). Therefore, if your commander has “offered” you a Non-Judicial Punishment (“NJP”)-Article 15 action, they believe you have violated the UCMJ. An NJP-Article 15 is no small matter. Therefore, you need to understand your military legal rights before deciding to accept or reject an NJP-Article 15. We can help you understand your options and prepare a strong defense.
Have You Been Accused of a
Military Crime or Misconduct?
Put our competent, former Military Prosecutor on your side. Let us evaluate the best strategy for ensuring that your Constitutional rights are protected.
Or, speak with a Qualified Military Criminal Lawyer
by calling (912) 525-0555.
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