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.

Experienced Fort Bliss Court Martial Attorney Protecting the Rights of Enlisted Personnel

Texas based Fort Bliss court martial attorney Joseph Jordan has played the key role in protecting the rights of numerous enlisted personnel from this base. Known for his aggressive defense strategies and complete commitment to proving the innocence of his clients, Mr. Jordan has enjoyed success in several cases including Fort Bliss sexual assault court martial and disciplinary actions judged through Article 15 hearings. Every enlisted member of the U.S. Army has a right to be defended by a qualified and competent attorney no matter what the criminal act or violation he/ she is charged with at Fort Bliss.

Contact Joseph L. Jordan, Attorney at Law for help from an El Paso court martial lawyer.

A Brief History of Fort Bliss

Located in El Paso, Texas, Fort Bliss enjoys a unique position among army bases across the U.S. The main post of Fort Bliss is based in the metropolitan El Paso city although almost all of the training grounds and base camps are in New Mexico. Another interesting feature about Fort Bliss is that a significant proportion of the housing for military personnel is located off-base well within the neighboring community.

Fort Bliss was established at the end of the Mexican War when a new need arose- to defend the new border and to protect settlers and migrants from Indian attacks. The base also served the purpose of providing a means to survey the terrain for a new transcontinental railroad here. The base was officially set up in September 1848, briefly closed subsequently and reopened in 1854 with the new name- Fort Bliss. It was here that thousands of U.S. soldiers received their training during the Cold War.

Present Day Fort Bliss

The 1 st Armored Division, which returned to U.S. soil after being stationed in Germany for 40 years, calls Fort Bliss Home. Apart from this, the 11 th Air Defense Artillery Brigade, the 15 th Sustainment Brigade, the 1 st Brigade Combat team, the 5 th Armor Division, the 93 rd MP Main and many other units are also part of the Fort Bliss army base. It has recently been decided that a Brigade Combat team stationed at Fort Bliss will be downsized and the soldiers reassigned by 2017 as part of an overall program bring carried out by the U.S. Army.

The base has recently been in the news after potentially hazardous material was allegedly located at a former Air Force weapons storage building. Evaluations and studies are being carried out to determine the risk to the residents at the base. However, this incident highlights the need for the enlisted members to have access to reliable and accurate legal counsel to protect their rights. Whether it is incidents like these where the personnel may have to lodge a protest or make a formal complaint to protect themselves and their families or situations where the enlisted member is charged with criminal conduct, a competent Fort Bliss military defense attorney can become a valuable ally.

Competent Legal Advice and Defense in Fort Bliss

Access to competent legal counsel is the right of every enlisted member belonging to the Fort Bliss army base. As a highly trained and experienced Fort Bliss court martial attorney, Joseph Jordan is frequently called in to defend the rights of officers and members residing here. As a former serviceman, Mr. Jordan shares in- depth knowledge of the various pressures and limitations that army life imposes on the enlisted personnel. Over a period of seven years, this knowledge and a comprehensive training in law have helped

Mr. Jordan achieve acquittal for clients from sexual assault charges, drug related charges, larceny, manslaughter, and accusations of various violations that typically result in a non- judicial hearing. Call (888) 616-6177 today to get started.

Why Hire Attorney Joseph L. Jordan?

  • A Winning Track Record in Difficult Cases

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