Military Criminal Defense Attorney
Courts Martial · Administrative Separation Board or Board of Inquiry · Physical Evaluation Board · IRR Mobilization Delay and Exemption · War Crimes Lawyer
The military law firm of attorney Patrick J. McLain is dedicated to serving the needs of Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps and Coast Guard personnel worldwide.
We offer aggressive military law representation for hard chargers — men and women who realize that every administrative proceeding or criminal charge can have a lasting effect on their military careers and futures in civilian life.
Contact our Dallas office today to schedule an initial consultation with a military law criminal defense lawyer who has more than 20years of experience and a strong dedication to defending servicemen and servicewomen.
Worldwide Military Law Practice
Put Experience on Your Side
When being tried in a military court, you need a civilian lawyer. Few war crime defense attorneys have the extensive experience and comprehensive military knowledge of attorney Patrick J. McLain:
- 20 years of active service in the Marine Corps
- Former federal prosecutor
- Former USMC defense attorney
- Retired court martial trial judge
Independent Representation in Administrative Proceedings
Our law firm represents Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Marines who have been disabled due to illness, injury or post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and are having a hard time getting the benefits they deserve from the physical review board (PEB).
We have an impressive record of success in helping our clients obtain a delay or exemption if a call up or mobilization would pose a serious hardship to them and their families.
When You Can't Afford Not To Fight
Whether you are facing charges for minor officer misconduct (such as insubordination or fraternization) or you are charged with fraud, sex crimes, drug possession, war crimes, murder or rape, we will provide you with realistic advice about your case, and aggressively defend both your rights and your military career.
If you are serious about your career and are willing to fight hard to win your case, call our Dallas office at (214) 377-1470 (ext. 227) to schedule an initial consultation with a military law criminal defense lawyer. You may also send us an e-mail.
Experienced Lawyer · Worldwide Representation
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