Military Investigations for alleged misconduct can have serious implications in your military career and personal life. You need experienced counsel to ensure your rights are protected and that you understand the process of the specific military investigation you are facing, including: JAGMAN, AR 15-6, CID, I.G., EO, FLIPL, Commander’s Inquiry, and more.

CANNON & ASSOCIATES represents and defends clients across the United States and the globe, including military service members in every branch of the military. Our clients include officers and enlisted members going through an AR 15-6 investigation, Command-Directed Investigation, Commander’s Inquiry, or criminal investigation. CANNON & ASSOCIATES can assist you with criminal charges during the course of your tour of duty. My military defense practice includes representation and strategy development for AWOL cases, Article 15, Article 32, security clearances, boards of inquiry, and many more issues.

Know your Options, if Accused or Facing a Military Investigation

You are facing substantial penalties, if an investigation is substantiated. The findings of a valid AR 15-6 investigation may be the basis of adverse administrative action. You are entitled to the following, if adverse action is being considered in your military investigation:

1) Notice of the proposed Adverse Action

2) A complete copy of the evidence in the investigation as well as the findings and recommendations supporting adverse administrative action

3) A reasonable opportunity to reply in writing

4) The opportunity to retain counsel to assist you

CANNON & ASSOCIATES provides aggressive defense and explanation throughout military investigations, such as the following: AR 15-6, NCIS, Commander’s Inquiry, Board of Inquiry, JAGMAN, I.G., DSS, AFOSI, Army CID, and other command directed investigations.

CANNON & ASSOCIATES can help before detailed counsel can assist you, if you are the subject of investigation or inquiry. Many investigations do not entitle you to representation by assigned defense counsel and you need representation as soon as possible to protect your rights and your story.


John Cannon is a judge advocate 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. Early coordination with your commander can sometimes prevent charges from being filed, if retained early enough. Additionally, he has an outstanding record of reaching the best possible outcome for hundreds of clients, including service members facing military investigations, evidenced by receiving the highest possible AVVO rating – 10 (superb). Contact CANNON & ASSOCIATES to protect your freedom, your future, and your story.

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