Army Special Forces Defense Lawyer
Overview of the U.S. Army Special Forces
U.S. Special Operations Command includes units from all five branches of the military. The Army Special
Forces - informally known as the Green Berets because of their distinctive
Army headgear - is responsible for five primary tasks. These tasks are:
- Unconventional warfare
- Foreign internal defense
- Special reconnaissance
- Direct action
The Army Special Forces are separated into seven groups that are headquartered
in different parts of the country and are oriented toward different regions
of the world. Members of the Army Special Forces must meet very detailed
requirements regarding their age, citizenship, education, aptitude, and training.
Have you been charged with a crime as a Green Beret?
Members of the U.S. Army Special Forces are held in very high respect,
but their careers also depend on their ability to excel and to protect
their reputations. If you are a member of the Green Berets, criminal accusations
can do more than place a black mark on your criminal record - they can
delay promotion or ruin your military career. Joseph L. Jordan, Attorney
at Law understands the seriousness of your criminal charges and can provide
the aggressive defense that you need.
Contact a Military Defense Attorney
Attorney Jordan served in the Army himself, first as an enlisted Soldier
and then as an officer and in the Army Judge Advocate General's Corps.
He knows firsthand what it takes to fight your charges and defend you
from a wrongful conviction. Our firm is familiar with the
military court-martial process and can provide outstanding defense against
military crimes of all kinds.
Our firm can also help if you've been accused of going absent without
leave (AWOL), or if you need to file a general officer memorandum of reprimand
(GOMAR) rebuttal or a written appeal to the Discharge Review Board. We
serve all bases across the country and around the world and we can come
to you when you are unable to come to us, no matter where you are stationed.
Contact our firm
today to learn more during a
free case evaluation