FORT RILEY, KS
HOME TO THE "BIG RED ONE"
Fort Riley is home to the 1st Infantry Division. The nickname "Big Red One" (BRO) comes from the patch worn on their left shoulder displaying a large red number one. Fort Riley's mission is as follows: "On order, 1st Infantry Division deploys, conducts full-spectrum operations as part of a Combined Joint Task Force or designated force headquarters, transitions to follow-on operations, and on order redeploys."
If you have been assigned to Fort Riley in Kansas, our military defense lawyer is well aware of your priority of duty first. As a brave Soldier who has dedicated his or her life to the motto, "no mission is too difficult, no sacrifice too great," we know how disastrous it can be to have criminal allegations filed against you that could jeopardize your career.
At Joseph L. Jordan, Attorney at Law, no case is too difficult and no allegation is too great for us to handle on your behalf. When your name, honor, and reputation are on the line, you can rest assured that our courts-martial attorney can aggressively defend your case and go the distance to secure a not-guilty verdict for you.
DEFENDING BRO SOLDIERS KNOWN FOR BEING BRAVE, RESPONSIBLE & ON POINT
The Soldiers who make up the 1st Infantry Division are among the nation's most highly disciplined fighting force. Together, these Soldiers embody the motto "Brave, Responsible, and On Point" for the United States. All Soldiers in the 1st Infantry Division are considered to be leaders of professionalism and ethics and must maintain the highest standards of ethics and morals. It is the priority of all BRO Soldiers to take pride in one's self first, meaning training, maintaining, morale, discipline, and teamwork must set the framework for any 1st Infantry Division Soldier.
Any misconduct, therefore, will be considered a dishonor to the uniform, dishonor to the name, and dishonor to the establishment. Failing to adhere to the Army values of "Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, Honor, Integrity, and Personal Courage" could result in serious penalties. Your commander may pursue many disciplinary actions, including non-judicial punishment under Article 15 or court-martial judicial action. As a Soldier who has devoted your life to serving the country, you deserve the best possible military criminal defense attorney possible. Joseph L. Jordan, Attorney at Law is the law firm to trust after you have been accused of any crime.
HIRE A QUALIFIED MILITARY DEFENSE ATTORNEY TODAY
Soldiers stationed at Fort Riley who have been accused of a military crime should not hesitate to learn what Joseph L. Jordan, Attorney at Law can do to defend them. As a former Army Judge Advocate General's Corps officer, Mr. Jordan has a personal understanding of the military criminal process and can build and present a strong argument on your behalf. The military court-martial process is complex and will require the representation of a capable military defense lawyer.