Ei Incumbit Probation Qui Dicit.

Proof lies on him who asserts, not on him who denies. The concept is that one is innocent until proven guilty. Regardless of what the law says about reasonable doubt, there is an unwritten presumption within the ranks of the military that if you are charged with sexual assault, then you are guilty. The stakes are your life! Your military counsel works for the same military that charged you. Consider that as you choose who represents you in your potentially life altering case.

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A Trusted Robins Air Force UCMJ Lawyer Protecting Your Rights

Airmen found violating the UCMJ can find themselves at the receiving end of punishments that keep them from realizing their professional dreams. There is no such thing as a slap on the wrist when you are serving active duty. Every action deemed to disobey the duties of liberty, service and justice can attract a non-judicial hearing or a court martial. The services of a military criminal defense lawyer become essential in such a scenario. Former serviceman Joseph L. Jordan is a reliable Robins Air Force UCMJ attorney with a solid track-record of successful cases and an in-depth insight into the military justice system.

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Robins Air Force: History and Facts

Robins Air Force Base is situated in middle Georgia, 16 miles to the south of Macon and 100 miles to the south of Atlanta. It is Georgia's biggest industrial complex, covering over 6,500 acres. Its runway – the largest in Georgia (12,000 feet x 300 feet) – has two overruns coming in at a whopping 1,000 feet. Robins Air Force's host unit Warner Robins Air Logistics Center, the 78 th Air Base Wing, and 60 units prepare the team to become combat capable and ready.

The War Department officially approved the construction of an Army Air Depot in Georgia on June 14, 1941. Robins Air Force played an important role during World War II by maintaining numerous warplanes, and training as well as dispatching over 250,000 supply, maintenance and logistics field team members to different war arenas. Today, the Warner Robins ALC and Robins AFB employ more than 12,000 civilian and 5,000 military employees. Its mission is to supply parts for the maintenance, repair and storage of aircraft.

Present Day Robins AFB

The community feel at Robins Air Force is alive and well. Service members participate in a number of events that can be accessed on the events calendar prepared each year. Some of the events include the Hispanic Heritage Month, a one-month extravaganza involving a picnic, luncheon, banquet and a 5-K Fun Run. Triple Ribbon Awareness Month is another noble initiative that promotes awareness and imparts education about breast cancer, domestic violence and drug abuse. Other events like Fire Prevention Week reminding residents to guard against kitchen fires, are also held every calendar year.

Military Crimes at Robins Air Force Base

Here is a look at three instances of military crime at the base:

  • In 2013, 689 th Combat Communications Wing senior airman Steven Holsey was sentenced to life confinement, total forfeitures of all pay and allowance, a dishonorable discharge, and a reduction to E-1, after pleading guilty to the murder of a civilian outside a Macon nightclub.
  • In 2011, Chief Master Sgt. William Gurney, the former command chief of Air Force Materiel Command was sentenced to 4-month confinement and a bad conduct discharge after being convicted of 15 sexual misconduct charges. The court-martial was a high profile legal proceeding that received considerable press coverage.
  • In 2007, a DWI charge cost Senior Airman Tommy Bedrick a staff sergeant select and affected his enlisted career. The effect of DUI and DWI arrests on military members' careers can be severe. It can be subject to a court martial or an Article 15.

Enlisting the Services of an Experienced Robins Air Force UCMJ Attorney Can Go a Long Way

A seasoned Robins Air Force court martial lawyer can tilt the case in favor of the defendant (client). Joseph L. Jordan has successfully defended airmen across numerous Article 120 and Article 131 cases. Robins AFB personnel accused of military crimes under the UCMJ can approach Mr. Jordan for legal counsel and improve their chances of a favorable verdict.

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