Administrative Separation Attorneys
Administrative separation is relatively mild, as military punishment goes. But it is no time to be passive and accept what the discharge board decides. If you leave the service under anything less than an honorable discharge, you lose not only your current income, but all veterans benefits and GI Bill benefits. With so much at stake, you owe it to yourself to fight to stay in the service or to fight for the least damaging type of discharge.
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Experienced Military Criminal Defense
These are some common offenses leading to administrative separations:
- Criminal conduct under the Uniform Code of Military Justice ((UCMJ)
- Civilian criminal conviction
- A pattern of misconduct
- Substandard performance of duties
- Illegal drug use
- Weight or health issues
Defending You Before Administrative Separation Boards
of the Annapolis law firm of Murphy & Price, knows the details of military law from his years of experience as prosecutor and defense attorney in the Judge Advocate General Corps. From experience, Mr. Murphy knows which defenses will most likely succeed and which will not.
Call the administrative separation defense lawyers at the Annapolis, Maryland, offices of Murphy & Price at 410-862-0351, or describe your situation in writing using this online form.