After being taken into custody and spending time at the county jail, you probably are thinking that this cannot be happening. All you have worked for all this time with your career and your family. You are facing criminal charges and are unsure of what your future holds with your rank and position with the military.
Being active-duty military requires strict adherence to the code of conduct. Everything you do, on-base and on-duty, as well as off-base and off-duty will be scrutinized.
And with orders to draw downs troops across the board from every branch, you can’t risk a bad result to your domestic violence assault or battery case. You need to do everything in your power, with the help on an experienced criminal defense attorney, to find the best possible result.
The best possible result for a domestic violence battery or assault case means not only working hard to avoid a criminal conviction and jail time, but also putting you in the best position to possibly get your case dismissed.
A dismissal is the best outcome for any criminal case and it would be an important step in getting your military career back on the path of success that it was on before you were arrested.
I want to try an make that happen! If you, or a family member, are in the Military and have been arrested for Domestic Violence Battery or Assault in Okaloosa County or Walton County, give me a call at (850) 362-6655 24 Hours A Day, 365 Days A Year.