USAG STUTTGART MILITARY DEFENSE ATTORNEY
Serving in the armed forces is a matter of great pride and honor. But what if you are arrested and charged with committing a crime? Depending on how your case ends, your career might be severely affected. If you are convicted, losing your job is the least of your worries.
The military will provide you with the best JAG lawyers, but they are often overburdened and lacking in staff. Given their limitations, they will try their best to help you, but it may not be enough. Do not leave anything to chance. You need an aggressive and experienced UCMJ attorney who can beat the prosecution at its own game and get you the outcome you need.
Joseph Jordan has served the armed forces for over11 years. He is a former JAG officer and has also served as an army prosecutor at Ford Hood and in Korea. He knows the importance of an experienced and aggressive UCMJ lawyer, when it comes trial defense.
If you have been charged with a crime in USAG Stuttgart, please contact Joseph Jordan for legal assistance.
A BRIEF HISTORY OF USAG STUTTGART
The US armed forces have been present in Stuttgart since the end of the 2nd World War.
In 1946, a US Constabulary unit was established in the installation now known as Patch Barracks. The soldiers in this unit were retrained in policing and they maintained the law and order in the German zone occupied by the US, until the re-establishment of a German police force.
In some phases of the Cold War more than 45,000 US personnel were present in and around the city. During the Cold War, the US army set up the VII Corps and headquartered it in Kelly Barracks. Enlisted personnel from the VII Corps stationed in Stuttgart were also deployed to the Gulf and served in operations Desert Storm (Gulf war) and Desert Shield.
Patch Barracks became the home of the United States European Command (EUCOM) in 1967. In 2007, a unit called AFRICOM was set up within EUCOM. It was later shifted to Kelly Barracks.
PRESENT DAY USAG STUTTGART
USAG Stuttgart is made up of five primary installations- Robinson Barracks, Patch Barracks, Kelly Barracks, Panzer Kaserne and the Stuttgart Army Airfield.
Patch Barracks is home to the US European Command (EUCOM), the Special Operations Command and the Defense Information Systems Agency. It also contains a representative office of the NSA and the CSS (Central Security Service).
Robinson Barracks is mostly comprised of residential units for members of the US Department of Defense. It is administered by the United States Army Installation Management Command (IMCOM).
Panzer Kaserne is also administered by the IMCOM. It is home to units of the Special Operations Command, 554th Military Police Company, U.S Marine Corps Forces and Naval Special Warfare Unit.
The most famous unit in Kelly Barracks is the United States Africa Command or the AFRICOM. More than 1700 armed forces personnel and other personnel are working in Kelly Barracks.
Nearly 25,000 enlisted men and women, their family members and civilian support staff live in USAG Stuttgart. This means it has a larger population than most U.S municipalities.
The military community in Stuttgart is also called the 'Purple Community' because members from all branches of the armed forces- Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and Coast Guard (active, guard and reserve) are stationed here.
USAG Stuttgart has been called an 'enduring community'. Since it houses a number of important units, there is little chance that it will be shut down in the future. Like all other US bases, USAG Stuttgart also has its fair share of criminal cases.
If you are stationed in USAG Stuttgart and if you have been arrested and charged with a crime, UCMJ attorney Joseph Jordan can help you.
GET A USAG STUTTGART UCMJ ATTORNEY ON BOARD
Joseph Jordan is highly accomplished in military law and understands the coercive tactics that the prosecution might use to try and show you in bad light.
He has successfully defended against military crimes such as drug use, attempted murder, manslaughter, rape, sexual assault, larceny, pandering, adultery, obstruction of justice, sexual assault and many more. He has been very successful at securing acquittals for his clients from crimes the prosecution alleged his clients had committed.