The Naval Criminal Investigative Service, or NCIS, is the investigative branch of the U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps. NCIS is responsible for investigating and bringing an end to all criminal, terrorist or foreign intelligence activities that may pose a threat to the Navy or Marine Corps. Their jurisdiction and reach extends to acts committed on U.S. shores as well as those committed afloat or in cyberspace.
If you come under investigation for criminal acts which are deemed to be a threat to either the Navy, Marine Corps or the federal government, you should not expect any leniency from NCIS simply due to the fact that you are a dedicated member of the U.S. military. Any member of the military who comes under investigation by NCIS, regardless of his or her rank, needs to understand that their case will be pursued with extreme ferocity.
If you are being investigated by NCIS, you may be wondering how to find an aggressive and proven defense attorney who you can trust to represent your interests, defend your rights and be unrelenting in the pursuit of justice on your behalf. Joseph L. Jordan, Attorney at Law is a former service member who spent 11 years defending his country. He is also a former prosecutor and JAG Corps officer, who has since started his own UCMJ defense law firm so as to provide members of the military with the hard-hitting defense strategies they need to obtain a favorable outcome for their case.
When you obtain his legal services, he and his firm will take immediate action to investigate and challenge the evidence presented against you. He will then work diligently to help you prepare a strong defense strategy that can be used to help you avoid serious charges and penalties. His firm is based in Texas, however he provides representation for members of the military in bases all around the world. Contact a court martial defense attorney at his firm now to protect yourself.
A military attorney performs many of the same duties as his civilian counterpart. The difference is that the attorney works for and with military personnel. Military legal personnel participate in court proceedings in courtrooms on military bases all across the globe.