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Joseph L. Jordan travels around the globe to represent service members in military criminal defense matters.

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Experienced Military Criminal Defense Lawyer

Trusted Representation for All Service Members

Criminally accused military service members deserve outstanding and aggressive defense from a trusted and highly experienced legal professional. You have protected and defended your country - you deserve to have someone on your side to protect your rights and defend your freedom. Joseph L. Jordan, Attorney at Law is a former service member who proudly stands behind the men and women serving this great country and ensures that they receive the representation that they deserve. If you or a loved one faces any sort of civilian or military criminal matter, you need to immediately retain the legal counsel of our firm.

Founding Attorney Joseph L. Jordan has provided excellent service to our military members for many years. Mr. Jordan prides himself on being direct and relatable to all clients. As a former Army enlisted Soldier, Army combat arms officer, and Army Judge Advocate General's (JAG) Corps officer, he understands the immediate importance of protecting a service member's name, rank, and rights after a criminal accusation. If you are a Soldier, Sailor, Marine, Airman, or Coast Guardsman, you can trust your case to Attorney Jordan!

Joseph L. Jordan's Most Recent Victories
    • Rape of Child NOT GUILTY
    • Sex Assault Charges CHARGES DROPPED
    • Referred 15-6 Investigation NO CHARGES
    • Sexual Assault CLOSED
    • Board of Inquiry NOT GUILTY, RETAINED
    • Article 15 DISMISSED
    • Cruelty and Maltreatment NOT GUILTY
    • Sexual Abuse of a Minor FULL ACQUITTAL
    • Administrative Separation Board HONORABLE DISCHARGE
    • Rape ACQUITTAL
    • Sexual Assault CHARGES DROPPED
    • Sexual Assault – Article 120 FULL ACQUITTAL
    • Wrongful Use of Controlled Substance, Tampering with Urinalysis
    • GOMOR Rebuttal FILED LOCALLY
    • Rape NOT GUILTY
    • Child Sexual Assault FULL ACQUITTAL
    • Board of Inquiry RETAINED
    • Adverse Enlisted Administrative Separation Board NOT GUILTY, RETAINED
    • Larceny Full Acquittal
    • Sexual Assault NOT GUILTY
    • Article 121 and 132 CHARGES DROPPED
    • Sexual Assault CHARGES DROPPED
    • Wrongful Sexual Contact FULL ACQUITTAL
    • Article 112a 1 YEAR OF CONFINEMENT ADJUGED
    • Substance Abuse ACQUITTAL
    • Manslaughter CHARGES DROPPED
    • Referred 15-6 Investigation NO CHARGES
    • Domestic Violence NO CHARGES
    • Article 15 ORAL REPRIMAND
    • Wrongful Use of Government Provided Credit Card and Benefits
    • NCIS Investigation NOT ENOUGH EVIDENCE
    • Cruelty and Maltreatment SENTENCE REDUCTION
    • GOMOR LOCALLY FILED
    • Larceny NO CHARGES
    • Line of Duty Investigation SUCCESSFUL VERDICT
    • GOMOR LOCALLY FILED
    • Drug Distribution FULL ACQUITTAL
    • Forcible Rape NOT GUILTY
    • Sexual Assault NOT GUILTY
    • Rape and Sexual Assault NOT GUILTY
    • Adverse Administrative Separation Board RETAINED
    • Board of Inquiry RETAINED
    • Rape NOT GUILTY
    • U.S. Navy v. O-5 NO CHARGES
    • Board of Inquiry RETAINED
    • Article 15 REDUCTION
    • Sexual Abuse of Minor NOT GUILTY
    • Larceny, BAH Fraud CHARGES DROPPED
    • Drug Distribution FULL ACQUITTAL
    • Larceny, BAH Fraud CASE DROPPED
    • GOMOR CONTINUED CAREER
    • Sexual Assault CASE DISMISSED
    • Sexual Assault NOT GUILTY
    • Administrative Separation Board HONORABLE DISCHARGE
    • Sexual Assault of a Minor CASE DROPPED
    • 15-6 Command Directed Investigation RESOLVED
    • Adverse Enlisted Administrative Separation Board NOT GUILTY, RETAINED
    • Sexual Assault CHARGES DROPPED
    • Sexual Assault – Article 120 FULL ACQUITTAL
    • Forcible Rape FULL ACQUITTAL
    • GOMOR LOCALLY FILED
    • Sexual Assault CASE DISMISSED
    • Unprofessional Relationship NO PUNITIVE ACTION
    • GOMOR WITHDRAWN
    • Forcible Rape NO CHARGES
    • Sexual Assault FULL ACQUITTAL
    • Sexual Assault CASE DISMISSED
    • Article 15 REDUCTION OF PAY
    • Sexual Assault and Assault ACQUITTAL
    • GOMOR RESUMED COMMAND
    • AWOL SENTENCE REDUCTION
    • Larceny, BAH Fraud DROPPED CASE
    • Sexual Assault NO CONFINEMENT
    • Rape ACQUITTED
    • Larceny and Conspiracy NOT GUILTY OF CONSPIRACY
    • Rape CHARGES DROPPED
    • Sexual Assault CHARGES DROPPED
    • Larceny RESOLVED
    • Article 15 LOSS OF ONE STRIPE
    • Article 81, 132, and 134 NOT GUILTY
    • Rape NOT GUILTY
    • Letter of Reprimand NO NEGATIVE IMPACT
    • Rape and Aggravated Assault DEAL, CHARGES DROPPED
    • Sexual Assault NOT GUILTY
    • Sexual Assault FULL ACQUITTAL
    • Board of Inquiry RETAINED
    • Board of Inquiry HONORABLE DISCHARGE RECOMMENDATION

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Get Former Service Member Joseph L. Jordan On Your Side

Attorney Jordan served as an Army prosecutor in Korea and Fort Hood. His past experience with the Army JAG Corps includes serving as a legal assistance attorney, chief of claims, interim chief of justice, operational law attorney, and administrative law attorney. He also previously served as an interim chief of military justice. Attorney Jordan is admitted to practice law in Arkansas. He is also an active member of the Arkansas Bar Association, American Bar Association, Military Law Section of the Texas Bar Association, and the Criminal Law Section of the American Bar Association.

Working with Joseph L. Jordan, Attorney at Law can greatly benefit your case. He conducts thorough, independent interviews and works with private investigators to gain an objective understanding of the facts of each case. If you have been arrested or are facing a separation board or a discharge from your position, you need to immediately contact our firm and speak with a trusted and highly experienced military defense attorney today!

Wherever You Are Stationed

We Can Help You!

The United States Military is stationed all around the world. Military bases abound throughout the Continental U.S., Alaska, Hawaii, and U.S. territories, as well as Asia, Africa, Europe, and Latin America. With bases so spread out, you need an attorney who you can trust and who can come to you. The firm of Joseph L. Jordan, Attorney at Law can travel to wherever you are located. Our firm is based in Texas, but the bases we serve are located across the nation and around the globe.

Mr. Jordan has successfully represented service members in Europe, Asia, the Middle East, Alaska, and all over the contiguous United States. Attorney Jordan also has served as a consultant and been reported on in various media outlets, including Fox News, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, ABC News, Air Force Times , and all of the local San Antonio and Killeen affiliates. The dedication that the UCMJ firm of Joseph L. Jordan, Attorney at Law has for clients puts us in a class alone; we are absolutely committed to ensuring that our client's side of the story is told and that his or her rights as an active military member or reservist are protected.

Dedicated to the Same Qualities

As the U.S. Armed Forces

Each branch of the service aims to fill its ranks with dutiful and honorable service members. The Army, Air Force, Coast Guard, Navy, and Marine Corps are all armed services that follow the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) and require all members to uphold the duties of liberty, service and justice. When an enlisted member, special operations member, or officer is in violation of any direct order or criminal law that is outlined in the Uniform Code, he or she will face immediate disciplinary action from superiors.

Depending on the type of crime or act for which the individual was arrested, disciplinary actions may vary. Commonly, less serious military crimes are handled through a non-judicial process, such as an Article 15 hearing, captain's mast, or office hours. More serious crimes, such as violent crimes of rape, murder, or assault, will be required to be tried in a court-martial process. Anyone involved in these types of disciplinary actions should be represented by the trusted military defense attorney from our firm.
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Real Results In Real Lives

See the Impact Attorney Jordan Has Had on Service Members Worldwide
  • “He saved me time and undue stress.”

    Brandon

  • “Joseph took the bull by horns and single handedly saved my family members career and secured his already upstanding reputation.”

    Troy G.

  • “You need Jordan and his team!”

    Female Air Force Officer

  • “I wanna thank you again for all you’ve done.”

    Former Client

  • “Mr. Jordan's team did a great job representing me.”

    Roland C.

  • “We greatly appreciate his capabilities and his genuine concern for our son’s best interest.”

    N.L.

  • “Mr. Jordan is the lawyer you need to hire!”

    SFC D.

  • “It is with great appreciation and respect that I highly recommend Mr. Joseph Jordan.”

    Joseph P.

  • “Mr. Jordan and his team did an outstanding job during my court-martial.”

    Cristi Murphy

  • “With their help, I am able to prove that I am an excellent soldier that deserves to stay in the military.”

    Ben

  • “He ensured my son was given a fair sentence.”

    Prior Client

  • “You truly showed your expertise in military law throughout my investigation.”

    J.M.

  • “I called and he went quickly to work on my case.”

    DV

  • “Mr. Jordan was concerned for my well-being and was the first person that brought me calm in my time of need.”

    E.R.

  • “He is meticulous, highly professional, efficient and effective.”

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