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Fort Campbell Military Assault Defense Attorney

Dedicated Defense for Service Members in Clarksville, TN & Nationwide

Assault and battery, though often charged together, are two separate crimes. Whereas “assault” refers to the intent or attempt to cause bodily harm to another person, “battery” is the actual physical violence that results in the injury or death of someone else. Civilians who are accused of and charged with assault and/or battery face a number of serious penalties, as do military service members. However, the criminal law process in military assault cases differs significantly from the civilian criminal justice system.

If you are a military service member who has been accused of assault or battery, you are subject to an investigation and possible court-martial. This can lead to a number of negative consequences, including dishonorable discharge, loss of future veterans’ benefits, imprisonment, and more. It’s important that you ensure your rights are protected by working with an experienced military criminal defense attorney.

Call The Law Office of Sean Flood PLLC at (931) 288-5995 to discuss your case with our dedicated Fort Campbell military assault defense attorney. We serve clients at military installations across the U.S.

What Are the Penalties for Military Assault?

Military assault is generally considered a serious offense and one that is punishable by court-martial under the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ). A court-martial conviction can, in turn, result in serious penalties, which may affect everything from your reputation to your career to your freedom. Various factors, such as nature of the alleged assault and whether or not a weapon was used in the commission of the crime, will play a large role in the possible penalties you face. A more severe offense, such as aggravated assault, will likely result in harsher penalties.

Penalties for military assault may include:

  • Confinement
  • Forfeiture of pay
  • Reduction in rank
  • Dishonorable discharge
  • Up to 10 years’ imprisonment (and up to 20 years in certain cases)

Protecting Your Rights

At The Law Office of Sean Flood PLLC, we are committed to protecting the rights of military service members across all branches of the U.S. Armed Forces. Our Fort Campbell military assault attorney has an extensive background in military law; he understands how the system works and knows how to use this to your advantage. We employ a personalized and strategic approach, using our in-depth knowledge of the system and experience in navigating courts-martial and appeals proceedings in order to provide a powerful defense for each and every client. Even if you are convicted of military assault in a trial by court-martial, your conviction and sentence may be reviewed and mitigated. It may also be possible to appeal your conviction. Attorney Sean Flood can help.

Contact us online or by phone at (931) 288-5995 for a free consultation.

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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