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Military Personnel Defense

If you have been charged with a crime and you are a part of the military, you may have some consequences to pay at both a civilian level and a military level. At The Law Offices of Smith & White, we have the experience of over thirty years representing criminal defendants. While you may not understand the best defense to the charges against you and how to deal with them, we do. Let us provide you with representation for your state or federal criminal case to avoid consequences to your military career.

Why Smith & White?

At The Law Offices Of Smith & White, we understand military career consequences. We are committed to endless hours of work so that your case is prepared in the most effective way. Not only will our Tacoma defense attorney for military personnel prepare your case, but if need be, we will represent you in a trial with the most vigorous presentation. We will be with you through to the end. If you are facing administrative discharge for a civilian crime or a military offense, we will defend you to the very end, given the circumstances. With our extensive criminal defense history, we will give you the very best chance at the best possible outcome for your case.

Court-Martial Or State Court?

Because you are a member of the military, you might be wondering whether your case will be tried by a court-martial or a state court. It really depends on your case. Some are tried by one or the other, and some end up being tried by both. At The Law Offices Of Smith & White, we are experienced in representing military personnel in civilian court.

Free Consultation for Military Personnel

Learn more about military criminal defense and receive a free consultation with our Tacoma defense attorney by contacting The Law Offices of Smith & White at info@smithandwhite.com.

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