Involved in a UCMJ Matter? I'll Protect Your Rights and Your Future.
If you have been notified that an investigation has begun regarding a criminal offense or disciplinary matter, it is critically important to your career that you defend yourself. Don't wait until the matter has turned into a matter for administrative separations or an official board of inquiry. You have the right to work with a military defense counsel as soon as you know you are under investigation.
10 Years of Military Justice Legal Experience
I am military defense legal counselor Phillip Stackhouse, of Jacksonville, North Carolina. He was a proud member of the United States Marine Corps, retiring as a JAG officer after 22 years of honorable service. In 2006, he opened the Law Offices of Phillip Stackhouse, committed to the practice of protecting the rights of service men and women and civilian contractors facing criminal and disciplinary actions under the Uniform Code of Military Justice. He is respected as an effective, knowledgeable and aggressive military defense attorney, representing servicemembers worldwide, often in extremely high-profile cases.
Commitment to Military Personnel
The military courts martial and administrative separation process can be unusually harsh, but it is also fair. Successfully defending servicemembers often includes knowing strategies relating to stress disorders and psychological issues that don't usually impact a criminal justice case for civilian charges. He has worked extensively with medical professionals to investigate and prepare defense evidence proving service-related post traumatic stress disorders and traumatic brain injuries. My reputation has earned the firm the opportunity to work with Congress, regarding benefits and protecting the rights of military members returning from overseas combat.
Your Military Career and Your Future Are Worth Protecting
Don't wait to find out what will happen next. Call Mr. Stackhouse to discuss the nature of your military disciplinary or criminal case. Mr. Stackhouse has successfully represented service personnel of every enlisted and commissioned rank, from every branch of the service, at military installations around the world, including Iraq and Afghanistan.
From offices in Jacksonville, North Carolina, he represents members of the U.S. Armed Forces and military contractors involved in military justice cases and investigations at installations throughout the United States and around the world. The right Jacksonville military law lawyer can save your career. Contact his office for a no-cost initial consultation about his services and how he can help protect your rights.