FORT CARSON MILITARY CRIMINAL DEFENSE LAWYER
Armed forces personnel need legal services too. Military appointed defense attorneys are usually overloaded with cases and while no one is doubting their intention to help, because of the lack of time, it may not be possible for them to give your case the attention it deserves. You cannot afford to present an unprepared defense because the prosecution is not going to hold back. In their eyes you are guilty and they are going to do the best they can to see that you are punished.
You need to engage an experienced Fort Carson UCMJ lawyer who can beat the opposition at their own game.
Joseph Jordan has vast experience in successfully defending enlisted U.S armed forces personnel located in bases all over the world. You need a criminal defense lawyer who will not hold back and who will present your Fort Carson criminal defense case in the most effective and logical manner. If you are looking for such a lawyer, please get in touch with Joseph Jordan.
A BRIEF HISTORY OF FORT CARSON, COLORADO
Formerly known as Camp Carson, Fort Carson is located in El Paso County near the city of Colorado Springs.
This post is home to a number of army units such as the 10th Special Forces Group, 4th Infantry Division, 71st Ordinance Group, the 4th Engineer Battalion, the 43rd Sustainment Brigade and the 759th Military Police Battalion. It also hosts the 13th Air Support Operations Squadron and 10th Combat Support Hospital. Units of the Colorado National Guard, Navy Reserve and Army Reserve are also found here.
Fort Carson was set up in 1942, in the aftermath of the attack on Pearl Harbor by Japan. The land which the base stands on was purchased by the City of Colorado Springs and given to the War Department. The base is named after Gen Christopher Carson, a famous army scout known for his explorations in the west in the early 1800s.
PRESENT DAY FORT CARSON, COLORADO
According to the Fort Carson Regional Growth Plan, Fort Carson is home to more than 25,000 soldiers (present and deployed). These soldiers are accompanied by their family members numbering 30,000 individuals, including 11,000 spouses and 18,500 children.
Fort Carson is supported by the Pinon Canyon Maneuvering Site, spread over an additional 235,000 acres. Units from Fort Carson took part in Operation Enduring Freedom in 2003 and Iraqi Freedom in 2008. Military police from Fort Carson have also been deployed to Guantanamo Bay Naval Base in Cuba.
Many soldiers request transfers to Fort Carson because of its natural beauty and scenery. It is one of the finest army posts in the mainland U.S. It's proximity to mountain ranges is an advantage because armed forces units can be trained in high altitude warfare. Fort Carson is slated to house an additional 1800 soldiers in the near future, while other bases are being downsized.
As a Fort Carson Military criminal defense lawyer, Joseph Jordan has assisted many enlisted members from Fort Carson with their legal battles, with great success.
Having served in the armed forces himself, Joseph Jordan can empathize with enlisted members who have been wrongly framed for crimes that they have not committed. If you are stationed in Fort Carson and if you or your loved one has been charged with a crime and if you are facing punitive damages or even worse, court martial, contact Joseph Jordan immediately.
UCMJ ATTORNEY FOR ENLISTED MEMBERS AT FORT CARSON
Joseph Jordan is known for his aggressive representation and he will bring all his experience and knowledge to the table when he represents you in your fight against the charges framed against you. He has fought cases related to charges like rape, sexual assault, larceny, drug charges, adultery, attempted murder, manslaughter and more. He is also a well-respected court martial attorney and has successfully defended clients in cases involving non judicial punishments under Article 15.