Ross Brennan leads our military law practice, focusing primarily on court-martial defense. As a former active duty JAG officer and two-time defense counsel in the Air Force, Ross is prepared to take on the toughest cases.
The military is a complicated, ever-changing entity. The laws that govern it are no exception—they’re constantly changing and evolving to best suit the needs of our country.
While the backbone of military law is the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ), there are a litany of other actions that can negatively impact a military career. Additionally, there are specific laws that may protect veterans and reserve military members once they transition into the civilian workforce.
If you are searching for an experienced court-martial defense lawyer, or an attorney who is very familiar with military law in general, contact Cronauer Law today. We represent service members worldwide.
A court-martial is a very serious matter. Administered in accordance with the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ), a court-martial is a criminal prosecution. As such, a conviction can have devastating consequences on your freedom, your career, and your future employment opportunities.
Cronauer Law defends service members facing court-martial worldwide. Our military law practice is led by Ross Brennan, a former active duty Air Force attorney who served two assignments as a defense counsel. Ross has years of experience in military court rooms defending a wide variety of serious crimes, including drug offenses, sex offenses, assault, and murder.
For a free consultation with an experienced court-martial defense lawyer, contact Cronauer Law.
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