Experience Is Critical With Military Law Matters
Service members are often held to a higher standard than civilians. When criminal matters arise, service members feel the full weight of this standard after they are accused under the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ). If you are convicted of violating this code, you could face a lengthy prison term and severe penalties that remain long after you serve your time.
Not all criminal defense attorneys in Kansas City are qualified to represent clients in military court, but at Mudd Law Firm, attorney Tim Mudd is. Since 1992, he has defended clients struggling with complex criminal matters, including military offenses. He is passionate about using the law to protect his clients because he believes your future should not be held hostage by one mistake.
Exercise your right to counsel and call Mudd Law Firm at 816-287-4829. Tim Mudd offers no-cost consultations. Learn your options today.
Ready To Safeguard Your Rights In Military Court
Tim Mudd draws on his extensive understanding of the military criminal law process to develop a strategy that resolves your legal matter as effectively as possible. He is ready to take steps to safeguard your rights whether you are under investigation or have been arrested for these charges:
- Rape/sexual assault
- Assault or battery
- Drunk on duty
- Drug offenses
- Theft or property crimes
Experience is critical in military law matters because the repercussions of a dishonorable discharge or a bad conduct discharge can affect your life for years. Penalties attached to these types of discharge include:
- Incarceration at a military facility
- Reduction in rank
- Elimination of military benefits
- Prohibition on handgun privileges
If you are found guilty of committing a crime, your criminal record will remain with you and may appear during background searches. With Tim Mudd’s help, you can take steps to minimize the impact this legal issue has on your rights, your freedom and your career.
Get The Knowledgeable Counsel You Deserve
Speak to lawyer Tim Mudd for free during your initial consultation. Make your appointment by completing the firm’s contact form or by dialing 816-287-4829. Mudd Law Firm has an impressive record of success defending Missouri service members. Contact the firm today.