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Military Obstruction of Justice Attorneys

Legal Defense for Article 134 Violations

In the military, criminal proceedings are taken quite seriously and anyone who gets in the way can be prosecuted. Obstruction of justice by military personnel involves a much broader prohibition on conduct than that of federal law. The intention of this law, under Article 134 of UCMJ, is to keep personnel from interfering from administrative or criminal proceedings. Like most military offenses, obstruction of justice carries heavy penalties that may affect your life in numerous negative ways.

At Gary Myers, Daniel Conway & Associates, we strive to educate and protect our clients. You can rely on our military obstruction of justice lawyers to advocate for you.

To request a free consultation, call us at (833) 934-8265.

Understanding Obstruction of Justice

Obstruction of justice can include a wide range of acts, including encouraging a victim to take back their accusation or intimidating witnesses in any other way. It may also involve lying or misleading investigators, tampering with evidence, or destroying evidence. Depending on the circumstances, the penalties may involve dishonorable discharge, confinement of five years, and forfeiture of pay.

In order to convict you of this crime, a prosecutor must prove that you:

  • Were aware of or believed that a criminal proceeding was taking place
  • Committed specific acts
  • Committed those acts with the intent to impede the proceedings
  • Participated in conduct that had a negative effect on the authority member

Under this law, criminal proceedings may include article 15 proceedings, article 32 investigations, court-martials, federal or state criminal trials, command investigations, or even searches led by law enforcement.

Work with Our Experienced Military Crime Attorneys

When your future, freedom, and military rank are at stake, it is vital that you take action right away. You cannot leave your freedom in the hands of an experienced lawyer. Instead, turn to our experienced military obstruction of justice attorneys. Gary Myers, Daniel Conway & Associates has more than 100 years of combined experience in the field which allows us to adamantly protect our clients' rights. Whether we are trying for a reduction or dismissal of charges or reducing the penalties against you, you can count on us to fight for you.

Secure our representation when you call us at (833) 934-8265.

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