If you are a member of the military and have been accused of committing a crime while on active duty, you know that you need sound criminal defense representation that has a thorough understanding of military law. The consequence of a court-martial can range from the end of your military career to the death penalty.
When faced with such drastic potential consequences, the only responsible reaction is to begin gathering the resources necessary for a robust defense for your court-martial case.
Frank Flanagan is a former Navy JAG officer who is active in the Naval Reserves as a Naval Reserve Commander and formerly a reserve law professor at the Navy Justice School. In addition to teaching at the Naval Justice School, Attorney Flanagan has been an adjunct professor at Salve Regina University in Newport, Rhode Island.
With experience in federal and state criminal law, we can also offer concurrent criminal defense in non-military courts should you be prosecuted by local authorities.
For service members who are being prosecuted under the Uniform Code of Military Justice, a skilled and experienced criminal defense is something you cannot do without. Attorney Flanagan is available to act as your defense or to be of counsel to your local defense at any location, anywhere in the world. We have defended all levels of cases, including capital cases.
With decades of experience handling the full range of court-martial defense, our firm can help you achieve the best possible outcome in your case. Call (401) 849-3337 or simply contact us to schedule your free initial consultation.