NAVAL STATION MAYPORT, FL
BRIEF OVERVIEW OF NAVAL STATION MAYPORT
Naval Station Mayport has grown to be one of the most developed naval bases since its establishment in 1942. As the third-largest fleet concentration area in the United States, Naval Station Mayport is a major Surface and Air Warfare Organization. Its primary mission is to sustain and enhance warfighter readiness, and it is home to the Navy's 4th Fleet, which was reactivated in 2008.
Naval Station Mayport is dedicated to offering the "Finest Service to the Finest Fleet." The naval station has seen significant growth and development since its inception, and today, it conducts both air operations and port operations. Its airfield accommodates more than 100,000 helicopter and fixed-wing flights every year. Both the airfield and the seaport serve to support mission readiness and continue to accommodate more ships, Sailors and their families, and base facilities.
WERE YOU CHARGED WITH A MILITARY CRIME WHILE STATIONED AT MAYPORT?
If you have been accused of a military crime, a criminal conviction could result in serious consequences. Penalties may include jail time, demotion, payment of restitution and damages, and a mandatory public sex offender registration if the crime was a sex offense.
Our military defense attorney can defend your rights if you have been accused of any of the following:
- Sexual assault or rape
- Drug crimes
- Manslaughter or attempted murder
In line with other Navy and Air Force Bases, Naval Station Mayport has dramatically increased the focus of preventing incidents of sexual assault and abuse. Naval Station Mayport has implemented helpful initiatives and programs that specifically target the eradication of undesirable behavior. One of these programs includes the Sexual Assault and Violence Intervention Program. As an installation of the Sexual Assault Response Coordinators, the program takes a strict stance against any alleged sexual assault crime. Some allegations are unfounded or untruthful, and regardless of the circumstances, it is crucial to obtain effective legal representation.
PROTECTING YOUR HONOR AS YOU PROTECT YOUR COUNTRY
Don't take chances with your military career after you've been charged with a crime. You have spent countless hours and made immeasurable sacrifices to protect the United States. If you have been accused of a military crime or are being investigated for suspicion of violating the Uniform Code of Military Justice, you cannot overlook the value of having a qualified military defense attorney handle your case.
If you are facing a court-martial, you need an experienced military criminal defense lawyer who understands the military court-martial process. Attorney Joseph L. Jordan is a former Army Judge Advocate General's Corps officer who has personal insight into the military criminal process.