EXPERIENCED MILITARY DEFENSE IN ARTICLE 32 HEARING

Military criminal allegations, especially sexual misconduct, violence, or conduct unbecoming allegations, can have serious implications in your life and military career. Uniform Code of Military Justice (“UCMJ”) Article 32 (10 U.S.C. § 832) is a discovery tool and equivalent to a preliminary hearing in a state court felony case or a grand jury proceeding in federal court. A finding of sufficient evidence can result in a general court martial, the most serious court martial in the military. You need experienced counsel to ensure your rights are protected and that you understand the specific process you are facing in and beyond an Article 32 hearing. Success at an Article 32 hearing may result in dismissal of charges.

You need an advocate to tell your Story

Cannon Law Firm represents and defends clients from every branch in every type and stage of Court Martial proceedings. John Cannon has been there will former clients facing military criminal charges and will defend you and your story. As a JAG, John Cannon has experience on both sides of military justice and will ensure your rights are protected.

EXPERIENCE MATTERS

John Cannon is a JAG and has experience defending and prosecuting a multitude of military criminal cases and investigations. John has been honored by being identified as a Top 40 under 40 in Criminal Defense by the National Trial Lawyers Association. John has the experience and will bring it to bear in your case. Additionally, he has an outstanding record of reaching the best possible outcome for hundreds of clients accused of the wide variety of military charges, evidenced by receiving the highest possible AVVO rating – 10 (superb). Contact Cannon Law Firm to protect your freedom, your future, and your story. You may send an email inquiry, complete the contact form on the website, or call at 405-888-7369.


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