Your Career And Pension May Be At Stake
If a member of the military is convicted of a serious crime off base, he or she can be dishonorably discharged from the military. This means losing the pension and all other military benefits. Even minor convictions can result in the military member being prohibited from owning firearms off base. If that happens, his or her career can be negatively affected.
At the Rosales Law Firm, we represent military members who are charged with crimes on and off base. We are experienced criminal defense attorneys who have worked with numerous members of the military at Fort Bliss and other bases. You can rely on us for aggressive defense against any charges you face.
Contact us today online or by telephone at 915-219-5516. Our El Paso military criminal defense attorneys represent clients throughout El Paso and surrounding areas, including military members stationed at Fort Bliss.
Experienced, Aggressive Defense
We can defend you against charges for offenses committed on or off base, including:
- Domestic and family violence
- Sex crimes
If you commit a crime on base, you will be provided representation through the military. However, you are also allowed to hire a civilian attorney if you choose.
The penalties for conviction of these crimes can include jail or prison sentences, fines, probation, community service and inability to own firearms and ammunition. The effect on your military career can be disastrous. You need an attorney who will vigorously protect your rights and your military career.
Fort Bliss Military Criminal Lawyers
Contact our office or call 915-219-5516 today to discuss your case. We are available during regular business hours and by appointment at other times. We accept all major credit cards for your convenience.
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