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Fort Campbell Military Drug Crimes Defense Attorney

Representing Clients in Drug Abuse & Urinalysis Matters in Clarksville, TN & Nationwide

The Law Office of Sean Flood PLLC offers skilled legal representation for military service members accused of drug abuse or distribution, as well as those facing positive urinalysis results. It’s important that you take advantage of your right to legal counsel, as the military criminal justice system does not necessarily treat you as though you are innocent until proven guilty.

If you are a military service member facing drug charges, contact our Fort Campbell military drug crimes defense attorney as soon as possible to discuss your case during a free initial consultation. Based near Fort Campbell, KY, our firm proudly serves clients in Clarksville, TN and at military installations throughout the United States. Learn more about the areas we serve.

Contact us online or call (931) 288-5995 to request your free consultation with Sean Flood.

Drug Crimes under the Uniform Code of Military Justice

The U.S. Armed Forces follows a near zero-tolerance policy when it comes to unlawful substances. This policy, which covers all substances outlawed by federal law, extends to all branches of the military, including the Army, Air Force, Marine Corps, Navy, and Coast Guard.

Under the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ), the following are all considered drug crimes:

  • Positive urinalysis
  • Drug use
  • Drug possession
  • Possession of drug paraphernalia
  • Drug manufacturing
  • Marijuana cultivation
  • Drug distribution/sale

If you are suspected of a drug crime, you will be subject to a military criminal investigation and may face either Article 15/non-judicial punishment (NJP) or court-martial. In either case, your future could be at risk, as you could face serious consequences if convicted.

Penalties for Military Drug Crimes

If you face a court-martial for a military drug crime, you face a number of serious penalties, including dishonorable discharge and even imprisonment, depending on the nature and severity of the alleged offense. Additionally, though it is often thought of as less serious than a court-martial, NJP also carries serious consequences for you and your future. You could be subject to administrative separation (ADSEP), resulting in a general or other than honorable discharge. This, in turn, can limit your ability to collect future veterans’ benefits—not to mention greatly affect your reputation and your livelihood.

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If you are facing military drug crime accusations or a criminal investigation, it is important that you put the right experience on your side. At The Law Office of Sean Flood PLLC our Fort Campbell military drug crimes defense attorney has firsthand knowledge of how the military justice system works. With years of experience working inside this system, Mr. Flood is well-equipped to help you fight to protect your rights and work to reduce your sentence.

Call our office now 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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