Court Martial Appeal Attorney
Seeking Justice for Members of the Military Wrongfully Convicted
If you have been convicted of a crime by court martial, you do have the right to appeal your conviction. Also, you have a right to appeal the sentencing that resulted from being found guilty. In either case, you normally have just one opportunity to reverse the decisions that were made, and there are two keys to being successful. One is to act quickly, as soon as possible after you have been convicted. The other is to retain an experienced and accomplished nationwide military criminal defense lawyer to take up your appeal. Whether your conviction stemmed from a DUI, drug offense, assault, fraud, sex offense, weapon trafficking or another Article 134 crime, The Law Offices of Haytham Faraj, PLLC has the skill and experience you need to overturn the consequences of your court martial.
Our lead attorney has been counsel for innumerable courts martial and has not lost a single case. As a former Marine infantryman, infantry officer and a graduate of The Citadel, he understands what conviction for a court martial offense can do to a member of the military and his or her family. He has gained a well-earned reputation for victory in high-profile military criminal defense cases where the odds were stacked against the defendant. He represented an individual who, along with 9 others, was faced with charges of spying. His client was found not-guilty of the espionage charge whereas all others in the case pled or were found guilty. To date, he is still the only lawyer in the country to try and win 3 major war crimes cases.
The Military Appeals Process
A military appeal is different and less restricted than a comparable civilian proceeding. The facts which lead up to your conviction will be reviewed along with any errors made in military legal procedures and sentencing. It is the firm’s dedication to investigation, preparation and persuasive presentation that allows their attorneys to take advantage of the military appeals process. If you choose to use the services of a court-appointed lawyer, you run the risk of using a person who has little to no experience in the successful resolution of appeals. This lack of knowledge can make a vast difference in the final outcome to your case.
Your future is at risk and now is the time to take decisive action to regain your freedoms, good name and honor.
Immediately contact a court martial appeal attorney from the firm to learn how your conviction may be reversed or sentencing reduced. The firm serves nationwide.