Military Drug Tests
How to Fight Your Military Urinalysis Results
Random drug testing is quite common in the U.S. Armed Forces. Military
servicemembers are held to high standards are seriously punished when
found guilty of
drug crimes, including
drug use. Urinalysis is the most common means of drug testing in the military.
By taking urine samples without warning, the military seeks to catch servicemembers
who have been abusing drugs. Since these drug tests are random and unannounced,
they also serve as an incentive to stay away from drugs, since there is
no way of knowing when a drug test will be required.
Why You Need a Civilian Military Criminal Lawyer
Have you been charged with drug use after a urinalysis? Don't allow
yourself to be represented by the military lawyer appointed to your case
just because it is free. Hiring a
military criminal attorney of your choice gives you the best possible chance of a successful defense.
Joseph L. Jordan, Attorney at Law has handled countless military drug crime cases and may be able to fight
your charges. With help from our firm, you could avoid the penalties involved
with a conviction of drug use, up to and including dishonorable discharge.
Consult a Military Criminal Attorney Today
Military drug crimes are handled very harshly. You need an attorney who
has personal insight into the UCMJ process and who has a proven record
of success. You need Joseph L. Jordan on your side. For 11 years, Attorney
Jordan served in the U.S. Army as an enlisted soldier, an officer, and
a Judge Advocate. Today, he has dedicated himself to defending servicemembers
who have been wrongfully charged with crimes while in the military.
Call now at (888) 616-6177 to
contact us and learn exactly what can be done to fight your drug crime charges!