North Carolina Military Officer Criminal Defense Attorney
The board of inquiry is essentially an administrative separation board for commissioned officers called to examine all the particulars of the event, allegation, or performance of duties. A board of inquiry is an administrative process established to determine whether an officer's misconduct or non-performance of duty warrants administrative separation. It is generally convened after an incident or event that adversely affects the performance or reputation of the branch involved and/or the officer himself. Under the administrative regulations, a board of inquiry is made up of officers higher in rank than the officer appearing before the board.
You Have the Right to Defend Your Position — Use It!
The board of inquiry is an adversarial process. You will have every opportunity to defend yourself. Unfortunately, many service men and women wait until just before the board convenes before hiring a lawyer. If you have been notified that you are under a command investigation or notified that you will be the subject of a board of inquiry, it is critically important that you have an aggressive, knowledgeable military defense attorney defending your side and protecting your rights immediately.
A Worldwide Reputation for Strong and Effective Advocacy for GIs Everywhere
Phillip Stackhouse is a civilian military defense counsel. Mr. Stackhouse has earned a worldwide reputation among service men and women for providing effective, focused defense representation in all matters relating to command investigations, courts martial and administrative separations, including a boards of inquiry. As a former Marine JAG officer, Mr. Stackhouse understands the processes involved in disciplinary matters and he make sure your rights are not violated. Wherever you are stationed in the world, contact the Law Offices of Phillip Stackhouse, PLLC by phone or e-mail for a no-cost consultation and case evaluation.
If You Have Already Implicated Yourself or Admitted Your Guilt
Even if you have already made a statement implicating your guilt or involvement in an incident, it is not too late. As an experienced military discharge hearing lawyer, Mr. Stackhouse may be able to get the statements suppressed if your rights were violated during the investigation.
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From offices in Jacksonville, North Carolina, Mr. Stackhouse 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 boards of inquiry attorney can save your career. Contact our offices for a no-cost initial consultation about Mr. Stackhouse's services and how he can help protect your rights.