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ARTICLE 121 UCMJ LARCENY ATTORNEYS

What Is Article 121 of UCMJ?

UCMJ Article 121 covers both larceny and wrongful appropriation. Under Article 121, any member of the USAF who removes another's property from their possession without their consent may face charges. However, the laws are not as simple as they seem. Financially motivated crimes are taken very seriously in the military and if you have been accused or arrested, you're likely facing a tough time ahead.

Depending on the circumstances, you may be at risk for:

  • The loss of your military salary, pension, and healthcare
  • Bad conduct or dishonorable discharge
  • Possible confinement

Are you facing Article 121 larceny charges? Schedule a free and confidential consultation with our military defense attorney.

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