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Military Theft Crimes Attorney at Fort Campbell

Serving Clients in Clarksville, TN & at Military Installations Nationwide

When military service members are accused of theft, burglary, or robbery, they face serious, lasting consequences. Even the allegation itself can be devastatingly harmful to your reputation and your career.

At The Law Office of Sean Flood PLLC, we represent clients from all branches of the U.S. Armed Forces in complex military theft crimes cases. Whether you face Article 15/non-judicial punishment (NJP) or trial by court-martial, our Fort Campbell military theft crimes defense attorney is prepared to put his years of legal and military experience to work for you. Based near Fort Campbell, KY, we represent military service members at and near bases and installations across the United States.

To request a free, confidential consultation, call our office at (931) 288-5995 or submit an online contact form today.

Understanding Military Theft Charges

Much like in civilian cases, “military theft” is a broad category that covers a wide range of offenses. In the most basic sense, theft (or “larceny”) is the unlawful and intentional taking, receiving, or withholding of property from another person/entity. The severity of the offense depends on several factors, including the nature in which the property was obtained, its value, and more.

In military theft cases, the property in question often belongs to the U.S. government. However, theft of personal property can also result in military theft charges.

Common examples of military theft crimes include:

  • Theft of government property, such as weapons or supplies
  • Fraud/theft of government funds
  • Unlawful possession/sale of government property
  • Receipt of stolen government goods
  • Robbery
  • Burglary

If accused of a military theft crime, you may face administrative or NJP actions or a court-martial. In either case, you will likely be looking at severe penalties, ranging from dishonorable discharge to imprisonment. Additionally, the penalties will be even more severe if it is determined that there were aggravating factors or if you are charged with a theft crime in connection with another offense, such as weapons trafficking.

Seeking the Best Possible Outcome in Your Case

Our Fort Campbell military theft crimes defense lawyer understands the challenges you are up against. At The Law Office of Sean Flood PLLC, we fight for the best possible outcomes for our clients, advocating tirelessly for them throughout military criminal investigations, inquiries, NJP proceedings, courts-martial, and appeals. We are prepared to fight for you, too.

Protect your rights and your future; call The Law Office of Sean Flood PLLC at (931) 288-5995 or submit an online contact form to schedule a free consultation today.

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