Moody AFB, GA
Who and what is Moody AFB?
Moody Air Force Base was founded in 1940 and, in its early years, the base's
mission was to create an environment that upheld the advanced requirements
of the Air Force Pilot Instrument School and Instrument Flying School.
Today, Moody AFB is home to the 23rd Wing, which organizes, trains, and
employs combat-ready A-10, HC-130, HH-60,
Pararescuemen, and force protection assets and personnel. The wing also executes close
air support, force protection, and personnel recovery operations around
the world in support of humanitarian interests, U.S. national security,
and overseas contingency operations.
Anyone who has been charged with a
military crime while stationed at Moody AFB should not hesitate to learn what
Joseph L. Jordan, Attorney at Law can do to defend them. Our firm has handled countless military criminal
defense cases and is highly qualified to represent you. Attorney Jordan
is a former Army Judge Advocate General's Corps officer with a personal
understanding of the
courts-martial process and the military criminal process. This means that we know your rights
as an Airman or Airwoman and we know how to defend your honorable reputation
after a criminal arrest.
How a Criminal Conviction Can Affect Your Military Career
The base is home to nearly 5,000 military personnel and 400 civilian employees,
each of whom actively contributes to the overall mission of enforcing
national security. Though Moody AFB is home to some of the most honorable
Airmen and Airwomen, mistakes, false allegations, and misconduct can still
happen at any time. A military defense attorney at Joseph L. Jordan, Attorney
at Law can provide effective representation if you have been accused of
any military crime or violation of the Uniform Code of Military Justice, such as:
Individuals who have been accused of sexual assault not only face serious
criminal charges but also must come to terms with public scrutiny. The
Air Force now publishes sexual assault convictions online for public viewing,
meaning both civilians and other active personnel can view your criminal
record if you are convicted. Your conviction along with your sentence,
which may include jail time, rank demotion, or punitive damages, will
all be published online.
Consult a Courts-Martial Lawyer
Do not let an allegation of misconduct ruin your personal life and your
military career. As a former U.S. Army Judge Advocate General's Corps officer, Attorney
Jordan is well aware of the magnified scrutiny that many of America's
active military personnel can fall under when accused of or arrested for
a crime. The magnifying glass can be overwhelming and unforgiving, but
our courts-martial attorney knows that it takes to defend your name and
your honor amid serious allegations. Our firm has helped several Airmen
and Airwomen present their side of the story in a court of law to ultimately
prove their innocence and help them return to a life of integrity and respect.
Contact our firm today to schedule your free
case evaluation and learn exactly what a military defense and courts-martial lawyer can
do for you.