Miramar Legal Llp

1.) Q – Does your office offer NJP consulting services for Marines? A – No. The Department of Defense offers this type of advice. Q. – Does your office advise Marines suspected of committing crimes? A – No. Here, too, we are prosecuting the authors. The Department of Defense offers this type of advice. 3.) Q – How do I get help completing a Legal Assistance Application (SLSR)? A – Call the Department of Military Justice after printing the RLS form below. 4.) Q – I was assigned as a summary court martial officer. What are the procedures? A – We have instructions and guidelines for summary court martial officials.

Please call to get a copy and set up a course. – Processing requests for legal services from tenant commandos – Representing the government in all court martial proceedings – Advising commanders on criminal investigations – Providing commanders with recommendations for the proper elimination of crimes committed by marines or sailors. – Provide military justice training to commanders, senior officers and legal officers in the unit, as required. Please contact the Probation Service section for specific questions or advice. The Legal Services Support Team is responsible for providing free legal aid and paralegals to uniformed members, dependents, retirees and other eligible clients with personal legal matters. “Family Members” or “Dependents” means persons on the Sponsor`s service file and/or holding a valid United States uniformed service identification and privilege card. Legal aid lawyers are available to assist clients with stepparent adoption, child support, consumer matters, contracts, debt and credit issues, immigration counselling, wills, living wills, name changes, marriage separation arrangements, spousal support, and notarization. Dissolution briefs take place every Tuesday and Thursday at 0745 via ZOOM. Please contact us at 858-307-1656 ext.

1 and request information about this letter. We will provide you with an email with the steps and instructions to register for this information session. Remember that you must first consult the memorandum of dissolution in order to use our legal services. It is in your best interest to get legal help quickly to deal with your situation. There are times when hiring a lawyer quickly is crucial to your case, such as if you are accused of a crime. It may also be in your best interest for a lawyer to check the fine print before signing legal documents. A lawyer can also help you get the compensation you deserve if you have suffered a serious injury. For matters where money or property is at stake, a lawyer who guides you through the complexities of the legal system can save you time, trouble, and perhaps a lot of grief in the long run. We are Marines, judge advocates and legal service specialists – dedicated to defending our comrades and sailors by providing them with legal advice on all matters required by law, regulation or otherwise permitted. We are zealous advocates for our clients, serving independently of the local chain of command and under the supervision of the Marine Corps Defense Services Organization.

We diligently represent each individual client in accordance with legal guidelines, in accordance with our professional ethics and rules. We carry out our tasks with self-sacrifice, motivation and pride, without fear of reprisal or expectation of professional or personal gain. In the same spirit as “Taking care of ours,” we are: “Marines defending the Marines.” The Defence Sector provides the following legal services and advice: 1) Plan, coordinate and conduct the defence of clients facing special court martial, general court martial and administrative discharge proceedings. 2) Legal advice to staff facing extrajudicial sanctions, summary courts martial, application masts, competency review panels and MCR 305 Preventive Detention (IRO) hearings. (3) Representation of clients during the procedure provided for in Article 32. 4) Defend officers against boards of investigation and field flight performance boards. 5) Ask for mercy from the convening authorities and correct errors in the documents according to the procedure. 6) Educate Marines and sailors on NJP fitness reports and rebuttals, BCNR and NDRB petitions, and administrative dumps. Counselling may include, but is not limited to: 1) NJP counselling. Please ensure that the statements, documents, evidence in support of the proposed NJP and the proposed entry in the unitary sentence book are ready for review by counsel during the consultation. Failure to do so may require the service member to return for further advice at a later visit.

2) Advice on administrative separations. Please bring a copy of all relevant documents with you. (3) General advice for any person who is or may be the subject of a criminal investigation or proceeding. 4) Advice on a correction proposal from the Board of Correction of Naval Records (BCNR). 5) Tips if you are facing a summary court martial. 6) Advice if you have received or are planning a negative fitness report. Legal advice and assistance to all commandos aboard Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego and Marine Corps Air Station Miramar in the field of military justice. We all have rights guaranteed by the U.S.

Constitution, and if any of our civil rights are violated, we must have the right to have the discrimination legally remedied.

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