Do I have the right to have a private attorney who is not in the military?
The military will provide an attorney for you. You may also have an attorney who is not in the military. You will have to pay for your private attorney. Using a private attorney may provide you with independence and perspective that will be beneficial to your defense. Our firm has the knowledge regarding military procedures and law; and also extensive criminal defense experience and perspective to assist with your defense.
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