Crimes Committed by Military Personnel

Military professionals dedicate their lives to defending the ideals, freedoms and citizens of the United States. However, when they are accused of a crime, they may be on their own, left to wonder who will help defend them in such dark times. At the Adams Law Firm, our Colorado Criminal Defense Lawyers understand how important mounting a strong defense case is for accused military personnel, as their careers, reputation, retirement and even their very freedom is on the line.

For years, our Uniform Code for Military Justice (UCMJ) attorneys have been providing military professionals with top-of-the-line legal defense representation in order to help them get the charges against them reduced or, when possible, dismissed altogether. While we will work relentlessly to defend the rights of the accused, our UCMJ lawyers will also do whatever it takes to help our Clients secure the best possible resolutions to their cases.

How Our UCMJ Criminal Defense Attorneys Can Help

As part of our comprehensive legal defense services that go towards building our Clients the strongest possible defense, the Colorado defense lawyers at the Adams Law Firm will:

  • Review police reports for any illegalities or inconsistencies
  • Analyze all collected evidence, including the methods used to collect said evidence
  • Re-question all witness for possible inconsistencies or false statements
  • Secure expert witnesses to testify in favor of the defense when appropriate

Our goal is to help minimize the possibility of conviction and potentially harsh penalties, including imprisonment, fines, a criminal record (which can impede a convict’s ability to secure a job as a civilian), probation, etc. Among the types of criminal cases that our trusted UCMJ attorneys have a proven track record of success in handling include those that involve charges of:

  • Drug crimes
  • Sex crimes
  • Property crimes
  • Violent crimes
  • White collar crimes
  • DUI-related crimes

Regardless of the branch of military in which you serve, as well as whether the charges against you are misdemeanors or felonies that are filed at the state or federal level, we can help you at every stage of the legal process. While our skilled defense lawyers may be able to argue that there is insufficient evidence in your case, we may also be able to point out that police used illegal means to obtain the evidence, that witnesses lied to police, that another person committed the crime, etc.

For more information about your legal rights, as well as a professional assessment of your case, call our Colorado criminal law defense attorneys at the Adams Law Firm at (720) 333-9490.