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Military Administrative Investigations & Rebuttals

Fort Campbell Military Law Attorney, Serving Service Members Nationwide

When a member of the United States Armed Forces is accused of misconduct or wrongdoing, he or she will typically be subject to either a trial by court-martial or an administrative process. Military administrative investigations typically move quickly; if you are facing such an action, it’s important that you contact a lawyer who can help protect your rights and guide you through the process.

At The Law Office of Sean Flood PLLC, our Fort Campbell military law attorney uses his inside knowledge of the system to provide aggressive advocacy and dedicated representation in rebuttal proceedings for military service members across the United States.

We serve clients at Fort Campbell, KY, in Clarksville, TN, and at military installations nationwide. Call (931) 288-5995 or contact us online for a free consultation.

Types of Military Administrative Investigations

Generally speaking, all branches of the U.S. military may conduct administrative investigations for a variety of reasons, from injuries and deaths to alleged criminal activity to destruction of property and more.

Most commonly, military administrative investigations fall into one of the following categories:

  • Criminal investigations
  • Financial Liability Investigations of Property Loss (FLIPLs)
  • Line of Duty (LOD) investigations
  • Commander-directed investigations (CDIs)

Depending on a variety of factors, including your branch of military, the investigation may be carried out by the Military Police, the Criminal Investigation Command, Naval Criminal Investigation Services, the Office of Special Investigations, Coast Guard Investigation Services, or another entity.

Military Rebuttals

Military service members accused of wrongdoing may have the right to bring a rebuttal. In most cases, this process involves properly filling out and filing relevant paperwork within a designated timeframe. All too often, service members attempting to submit rebuttals end up hurting their cases, often because they are unaware of the processes and timelines involved.

At The Law Office of Sean Flood PLLC, we are equipped to handle all types of administrative procedure rebuttals, including but not limited to:

  • General Officer Memorandum of Reprimand (GOMOR) rebuttals
  • Financial Liability Investigations of Property Loss (FLIPL) rebuttals
  • Standby Advisory Board (STAB) rebuttals
  • AR 15-6/commander’s inquiry rebuttals

With an extensive background in military law, Sean Flood understands exactly how the system operates and what challenges you will face in working to protect your reputation, your right to future benefits, and your military career. He is prepared to assist you with all aspects of your administrative investigation, including filing rebuttal paperwork and advocating for a favorable outcome on your behalf.

Contact us at (931) 288-5995 for a free, confidential consultation with a military rebuttal attorney at Fort Campbell or any of the surrounding areas.

Recent Case Results

  • Abusive Sexual Contact Penalties Reduced
  • Abusive Sexual Contact Career Saved
  • Administrative Separation Board Honorable Discharge
  • Administrative Separation Board Honorable Discharge
  • Cruelty & Maltreatment and Assault with a Firearm Charges Dismissed
  • Do-It-Yourself Move Fraud Avoided Separation Action
  • Domestic Violence and Assault Not Guilty
  • Illegal Drug Use Case Dismissed
  • Improper Oversight and Accountability Charge Dismissed
  • Rape & Sexual Assault Full Acquittal
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Why The Law Office of Sean Flood?

  • Former JAG
  • Unwavering Commitment to Your Best Interest
  • Deep Knowledge of Both Sides of the Law
  • Highly Personalized Service

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