Military Defense Lawyer
Army court-martial defense and Army administrative actions are two areas of the law that require a military defense lawyer with knowledge and experience. By limiting our practice to these areas, we can maintain a high level of knowledge in the laws, procedures and trends that affect your case. Mr. Coombs will use that knowledge to obtain the very best possible outcome for you.
Mr. Coombs can help you with any of the following:
- Court-Martial Appeals
- Administrative Separation Boards
- Show-Cause Boards
- Grade Reduction Boards
- Article 15s
- General Officer Memorandums of Reprimand (GOMORs)
- Flight Evaluation Boards
- Physical Evaluation Boards
- Medical Evaluation Boards
- Army Review Board Agency Actions (Army Board for Correction of Military Records; Army Discharge Review Board; Army Grade Determination Review Board)
- Clemency and Parole Board
- Security Clearance Revocations
Navigating a court-martial, a board proceeding, or an adverse administrative action is a complicated manner. You need a military defense lawyer who excels in anticipating and reacting to legal maneuvering and changing circumstances. Mr. Coombs’ ability to accomplish this comes from years of field-tested experience in courtrooms and board proceedings all over the world.
As a military defense lawyer, Mr. Coombs has represented hundreds of clients facing various forms of disciplinary actions ranging from non-judicial punishment and administrative actions to general courts-martial, including clients facing charges of: espionage, aiding the enemy, murder, attempted murder, negligent homicide, manslaughter, rape, aggravated sexual assault, child pornography, assault, aggravated assault, battery, drug conspiracy, drug possession, drug distribution, positive urinalysis, robbery, forgery, larceny, fraud, false official statement, AWOL, missing movement, desertion, failure to repair, disrespect, failure to obey, drunk on duty, fraternization, adultery, conduct unbecoming an officer, and other offenses.
Through his aggressive representation, Mr. Coombs has obtained numerous acquittals, grants of clemency, and outright dismissal of charges. Mr. Coombs will travel anywhere to defend members of the United States Army. He has represented Soldiers all across the United States and around the world. He can provide representation at any of the following:
Fort Belvoir, Fort Benning, Fort Bragg, Fort Campbell, Fort Carson, Fort Drum, Fort Gordon, Fort Greely, Fort Hamilton, Fort Hood, Fort Huachuca, Fort Irwin, Fort Jackson, Fort Knox, Fort Leavenworth, Fort Lee, Fort Leonard Wood, Fort Meade, Fort Myer, Fort Riley, Fort Rucker, Fort Sam Houston, Fort Shafter, Fort Sill, Fort Stewart, Fort Wainwright, Hunter Army Airfield, Joint Base Eimendorf-Richardson, Joint Base MDL, Landstuhl RMC, Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Presidio of Monterey, Schofield Barracks, USAG Ansbach, USAG Bamberg USAG Baumholder, USAG Brussels, USAG Daegu, USAG Garmisch, USAG Grafenwohr, USAG Hohenfels, USAG Humphreys, USAG Japan (Camp Zama), USAG Kaiserslautern, USAG Red Cloud, USAG Schweinfurt, USAG Stuttgart, USAG Torii Station, USAG Vicenza, USAG Vilseck, USAG Wiesbaden, USAG Yongsan, Walter Reed NMMC